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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 forget that the […]

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Practice Alert – USCIS to suspend premium processing of all H-1B petitions

Last Friday, the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) delivered disappointing news to H-1B employers and beneficiaries alike when […]

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Form I-485 Supplement J Preparation and Filing Tips

As immigration practitioners, we often view the release of a new immigration form with a certain amount of trepidation. During […]

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USCIS Releases M-274 Handbook for Employers, but Form I-9 Questions Remain

On Tuesday, February 14, while many Americans were celebrating Valentine’s Day with flowers, chocolates, and romantic overtures, the USCIS delivered […]

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