6 Must Read Articles on the New Form I-9
When USCIS announced on March 7, 2013 it had finalized the changes to the Form I-9, we knew the blogging circuit was going to be flooded with an abundance of articles on the new Form I-9, even by attorneys who typically don’t comment on immigration. We’ve read through many articles to date and have compiled the top six articles for their timeliness and unique perspectives:
1. The Alabama Immigration Law Journal’s Wendy Padilla-Madden, Attorney at Balch & Bingham LLP reminds employers currently using an electronic I-9 system to beware of their system’s compliance with changes in the law. It’s no secret that ICE has repeatedly informed employers of their responsibility for legal compliance no matter what software system is utilized.
2. Nation of Immigrators’ Angelo A. Paparelli, Partner at Seyfarth Shaw, and guest Nici Kersey, Managing Director of Kersey Immigration Compliance LLC, provides a detailed overview of the changes on the Form I-9, along with important insight on why the form changed and its ultimate impact on employers and comprehensive immigration reform.
3. Subject to Inquiry’s Christine Mehfoud, Attorney at McGuireWoods LLP indicated now was a good time for employers to “conduct a comprehensive Form I-9 training” for HR personnel before having them dive right into the new form.
5. Fennemore Craig’s Attorney Jared Leung provides his readers with a helpful list of “To-Do’s” when tackling the new Form I-9.
6. Richard Yemm, Attorney at Wolfsdorf Immigration Law Group breaks down the changes to the new Form I-9 for readers.
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