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How Does a Divided Congress in 2019 Impact I-9 and E-Verify Compliance?

During the past few weeks, it’s been hard to escape midterm election mania here in the US. Whether you prefer […]

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E-Verify begins validating driver’s license data with National Law Enforcement Tracking System

As of October 1, 2018, the E-Verify system can now check driver’s license data from all 50 states, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico for employers using E-Verify through the “web” interface.

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The Form I-9 Audit Surge Continues with Over 5,200 I-9 Audit Notices in…

For employers, the dog days of summer have clearly arrived as Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) continues its onslaught of […]

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Everything you always wanted to know about the Form I-9 (at the second…

Once upon a time, I-9 compliance was a relatively simple topic for HR and hiring managers. There was a one-page […]

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The Quiet Before the Storm? A Review of 2017 OCAHO I-9 Penalty Decisions

[Editor’s Note: Today’s blog is courtesy of Bruce E. Buchanan, an attorney at the Nashville and Atlanta offices of Sebelist […]

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ICE Reports 60 Percent Increase in Form I-9 Audits with Plans to Turn…

Yesterday, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) confirmed what many employers across the US have been feeling this year – the […]

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California Publishes Template Posting Notice for Employers Receiving an I-9 Notice of Inspection

The California Labor Commissioner’s Office has just released a must-have template for HR departments, which addresses the state’s relatively new […]

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E-Verify Back Online After Government Shutdown (FAQs for Employers)

  Yesterday, the US Senate voted 81-18 to end the short-lived (3-day) government shutdown and extend federal funding through February […]

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Best Practices for Managing E-Verify during a Federal Government Shutdown

At the stroke of midnight last Friday (January 19th), the federal government officially shut down, ceasing all but the most […]

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