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COVID-19 Update: USCIS Provides I-9 Guidance on Expired Driver’s Licenses and State IDs

UPDATED: On Monday, March 30, 2020, the USCIS provided us with revised (and clarified) guidance on how to document an […]

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E-Verify Extends Social Security Mismatch Timeframe in Light of Coronavirus (COVID-19)

On Saturday, the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) issued new E-Verify guidance for employers in response to the […]

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DHS announces Rare I-9 Flexibility for Employers that are Operating Remotely as a…

Today, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced that they are implementing a special Form I-9 exception for employers who […]

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Best Practices for Completing the Form I-9 Remotely during the Coronavirus Outbreak

**UPDATE** – we reached out to the USCIS to see if they were contemplating any special allowance or “waiver” for […]

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Glitches and Gremlins in USCIS’ New H-1B Registration Process

Yesterday, the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) initiated a bold new experiment in their annual cap-subject H-1B selection […]

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Recent Form I-9 Guidance: H-1B Employees, Laminated SS Cards and More

During the past couple of weeks, I-9 aficionados across the country have been talking about the release of the new […]

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The Future is Cloudy for E-Verify

E-Verify has long been considered the promised land of employment eligibility verification in the US, ever since it was first […]

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White House Budget Reveals Latest I-9 Audit Stats and Plans for I-9 Worksite…

Yesterday, the White House unveiled a $4.8 trillion budget for the next fiscal year which includes $49.8 billion in funding […]

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Court finds I-9 penalties too spicy for Mexican restaurant

As employers, you all know that mistakes happen when completing the Form I-9. If you dare to look at your […]

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