Georgia's cities are required to file both a Public Benefits/SAVE Report and an E-Verify Report.
All cities that administer “public benefits” are required by Georgia's illegal immigration law to submit an annual report to the Department of Community Affairs (DCA) listing which public benefits they administer and certifying that the city participates in the Public Benefits/Systematic Alien Verification for Entitlements (SAVE) Reporting system.
DCA has extended the 2011 reporting period until November 1, 2012, to ensure cities are in compliance with reporting requirements. A list of all cities that have reported will be provided to the Governor's office on November 10 to close out the 2011 reporting period.
Cities are also required to file confirmation of E-Verify registration with the Department of Audits and Accounts (DOAA). The reporting deadline has already passed, but all cities that have not filed should do so immediately. Cities that fail to register and submit the report will lose their Qualified Local Government status.
These are two different reporting requirements. Cities must complete both reporting requirements, if you have not already done so.
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