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ICE Announces up to Five-Fold Increase in Form I-9 Worksite Inspections

On Tuesday, October 17th, the Acting Director of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) announced that a significant increase in worksite related investigations will be coming to employers...

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USCIS Publishes Latest Round of Form I-9 Questions and Answers

As many HR managers are keenly aware, the rules relating to Form I-9 completion are constantly changing (some would say, evolving), due in large part to the increasing attention being paid to employment eligibility verification in the US. For sure, the I-9 has been around...

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The July 2017 Edition of the Form I-9: What Employers Need to Know

Today, the US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) published yet another version of the Form I-9, a document which is often lovingly referred to as HR’s most favorite employee onboarding form. This latest incantation of the Form I-9 is marked with a July 17, 2017 version...

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E-Verify to begin checking Wyoming Driver’s Licenses and State ID Cards

The E-Verify system will soon begin checking Wyoming Driver’s Licenses and State ID cards as part of its ongoing initiative to reduce fraud during the employment eligibility verification process. Once implemented, Wyoming will be the eighth state to join the Records and Information from...

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The Year in Review: Form I-9 Penalty Decisions in 2016

[Editor’s Note: Today’s blog is courtesy of Bruce E. Buchanan, an attorney at the Nashville and Atlanta offices of Sebelist Buchanan Law PLLC. As he has done in years past, Bruce discusses some important I-9 penalty decisions published during the past year.]


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Court rejects electronic I-9 signature argument

If you’re currently using (or considering) software to electronically complete your I-9s, you’ll inevitably face an important logistical question with legal implications: can you electronically sign your I-9s and still be in compliance with the law? At first glance, the answer...

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Florida Pizza Company Delivers $140,000 to Department of Justice for Alleged I-9 Violations

When HR and hiring managers think about I-9 compliance, they tend to focus on the threat of a Form I-9 audit from Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) – the investigative arm of the Department of Homeland Security that is responsible for policing the Form I-9...

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H-1B Practice Alert – Generating and Maintaining the Public Access File

As many immigration practitioners are painfully aware, the H-1B cap filing season can be a very punishing ordeal which involves the collection of numerous data points, the analysis of job and wage requirements, and the management of client expectations (to name just a few)....

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Janitorial companies agree to clean-up their I-9 process

With all of the recent talk about increasing Form I-9 enforcement and new requirements, it’s easy to...

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