That's right - finally! The new form and updated instructions can be found here: https://www.uscis.gov/i-9 The form itself is substantively unchanged - great news (depending on what you think of the old form)! And some of the instructions have actually been clarified - great news again! The new version has a 10/21/19 revision date and can be used starting today, or you can continue to use the 07/17/17 N version until April 30. However, starting May 1, you may only use the new form. Penalties exist for using an outdated form. I've previously advised that you go to the USCIS [...]
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By Jennifer Pawlak So here we are: the end of a year and the end of a decade! Have you started thinking about your plans for 2020? Be they personal or professional, end-of-the-old-year reminiscing and beginning-of-the-new-year planning is upon us. I wanted to give you a quick rundown of some of the I-9-related happenings this year to help you reflect on your year (or decade!) and plan for the future. (I find that I read a lot of lists at the end of the year, so I'm presenting these to you also as a list, partly because it's the [...]
The reality of the above is more prevalent today as organizations increasingly offer work-from-home options or have offices located around the country. New employees may never actually see an HR representative in person before starting their role.
Now that you’re totally clear (*wink) on your state’s requirements, here are some other E-Verify facts you might find interesting. If this totally bores you, feel free to skip over it and get pumped for next time when I will talk about signing up for...
Well, it’s been a year since New York State enacted the regulations pertaining to its new Combating Sexual Harassment in the Workplace program. New York was the first state in the country to establish a program like this and we see other states are following suit.
Short answer: you do nothing. You keep using the current form until the government issues a new form (or tell us when to stop using the current form). I know this feels wrong, but it really is the right answer.
In a recent news conference, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) confirmed that it has issued more than 3,000 Notices of Inspection to employers across the country. Coupled with the enforcement-of-late directed at those with removal orders, including the arrest of 680 in Mississippi...
In the greater discussion of the benefits or pitfalls of E-Verify, the elephant in the room is our economy's reliance on undocumented workers. Regardless of your opinion on the subject, everyone knows that there are unauthorized workers working on farms...
Thanks for stopping by to check out my third E-Verify missive! Maybe you came here to, once and for all, get a definitive "yes" or "no" on the question above. Well, unfortunately, I'm not going to give you that satisfaction,
Something we haven’t discussed yet (the “Royal we” that is…) is E-Verify! I’m sure plenty of you are aware of its existence, some are enrolled in it, and some are giving me this look right now: