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Are You Ready for the New Form I-9? Attend Our Webinar

In March 2012, USCIS announced plans to modify the Form I-9.  It provided a 60-day public comment period to which it received more than 6,200 comments during that time period.  Sorting through all of those comments certainly took time, which is why in August 2012, USCIS announced it would extend the validity of the current version of the Form I-9. After a second period of public comment that expired mid-October 2012, the public is still waiting for USCIS to issue the final, new Form I-9.  The focus, more importantly, should be whether or not your organization has thoroughly prepared for when the new Form I-9 goes into effect?  Take our quiz to find out and learn what you can do to prepare.

1. Have you familiarized yourself with the proposed changes to the new Form I-9? 

  • Yes. I’ve read all about the changes back in March 2012 and in August 2012.
  • Yes. I’ve attended the I-9 webinar hosted by LawLogix last year.
  • No. I have no idea what the new Form I-9 looks like.  Where can I learn more?

2. Has your organization designated an individual or a team who will be in charge of the new Form I-9 adoption and transition?

  • Yes. We have a Designated Individual/Team in charge of this upcoming transition.
  • No.  We’ve only begun to start considering the impact a new Form I-9 may have on our organization.

3. Has the Designated Individual/Team in charge of the new Form I-9 adoption and transition evaluated the new Form I-9 for potential conflicts with your organization’s existing business processes and identified possible solutions?

  • Yes. Our Designated Team has indeed evaluated the new Form I-9 and analyzed its impact on our current business processes. We are adjusting our processes in preparation for the new Form I-9.
  • No. We have not yet identified how the new Form I-9 would impact our existing business processes.
  • No. Although we have identified the impact the new Form I-9 would have on our existing business processes, we are still working on identifying possible solutions to those conflicts.

4. If your organization is utilizing an electronic I-9 software to manage I-9 employment eligibility verification, has your Designated Individual/Team partnered with the software developers to communicate necessary updates for the new Form I-9?

  • Yes. We’ve been apprised by our I-9 software developers on how they will be updating the software and we’re confident any issues will be resolved in a timely manner.
  • No. We’re not sure how our I-9 software developers have internally prepared to update the software.

If you answered “Yes” to all of the above, then congratulations, you deserve a big pat on the back.  But wait, we’re not done yet!  Even if your score was not so stellar, it’s never too late to evaluate what steps you can take to prepare for the upcoming changes. On Thursday, February 21, 2012, 12:30pm (Eastern) we’re dedicating an exclusive webinar to “Preparing for the new Form I-9: Tips from Attorney Experts.”  Learn more practical tips on how your organization can prepare for the new Form I-9.  Hear from attorney experts on what you can do!Registration is free.  Early registration is recommended in order to secure a spot to access the live webinar.

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