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ICE Extends Virtual I-9 Verification Policy Once Again Until August 19

In the time of COVID-19, HR departments and I-9 compliance managers across the US are getting used to a new […]

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USCIS Provides Form I-9 Mockups to Illustrate Temporary COVID-19 Policies

Last week, the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) updated their guidance on how to annotate the Form I-9 […]

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Employers can continue to use Flexible I-9 Verification Process Until July 19

Today, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) announced another 30-day extension of their flexible remote I-9 verification process, which was set […]

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10 Best Practices For Immigration Practitioners in the Wake of COVID-19

Prior to COVID-19, Immigration practitioners across the US were already grappling with ever-changing immigration policies, rapid increases in Requests For […]

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America is Reopening — Is Your Organization Prepared?

Slowly, but surely, businesses across the United States are reopening — is your organization prepared? While reopening plans may vary […]

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ICE Extends Flexible I-9 Rules in Light of Ongoing COVID-19 Concerns

As businesses across the US wrestle with the decision of how (and when) to bring their employees back into the […]

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Large Staffing Company Agrees to Pay $135,000 for I-9 Related Discrimination

This may come as a surprise to some, but one of more pervasive mistakes in I-9 compliance has nothing to […]

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Understanding the April 2020 Changes to the Form I-9 Handbook (M-274)

On Tuesday, April 27, the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) released a substantial revision to the Handbook for […]

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USCIS Announces New Temporary Policy for Expired Form I-9 List B Identity Documents

The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has announced yet another “temporary” Form I-9 policy in the wake of […]

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