Refer for a Fee Law and Legal Definition

According to 8 CFR 274a.1[Title 8 Aliens and Nationality; Chapter I Department of Homeland Security (Immigration and Naturalization); Subchapter B Immigration Regulations; Part 274a Control of Employment of Aliens; Subpart A Employer Requirements], refer for a fee means the act of sending or directing a person or transmitting documentation or information to another, directly or indirectly, with the intent of obtaining employment in the United States for such person, for remuneration whether on a retainer or contingency basis; however, this term does not include union hiring halls that refer union members or non-union individuals who pay union membership dues.