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New Changes to Form I-9: How to Complete, Retain, and Re-Verify After the September 2017 Deadline - On-Demand

New Changes to Form I-9: How to Complete, Retain, and Re-Verify After the September 2017 Deadline - On-Demand

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New Changes to Form I-9: How to Complete, Retain, and Re-Verify After the September 2017 Deadline - On-Demand

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ALERT: U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has released yet another new revision to the Form I-9 for employment eligibility verification. You must begin using this revised Form I-9 no later than September 18, 2017.


Though the most recent changes are generally minor, since employers must complete and retain a Form I-9 for every employee hired, it’s important to understand how to transition to yet another revised Form I-9.

And, a newly decided case by the Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals involving a Scottsdale, Arizona-based sheet metal fabricator underscores why HR needs to be properly trained to keep up with I-9 compliance. The employer argued that it had made a good-faith effort to comply with the Immigration and Nationality Act’s (INA) employment requirements by hiring an HR director to handle the hiring and verification of new workers to meet the business’s growing demands. Unfortunately, the HR director neglected his duty to keep the company in compliance. The employer tried to shield itself from taking the fall; however, the court was unconvinced. The court ruled that the HR director acted as the company’s agent and, when he failed to properly perform his responsibility, the company was liable. As a result, the company faces over $300,000 in fines.

Learn more with this on-demand webinar, where immigration attorney Jacob Muklewicz of Kirton McConkie will explain what’s changing, what’s staying the same, and practical tips for meeting your compliance requirements when it comes to completing, retaining, and re-verifying your I-9s.

You’ll learn:

  • What the new Form I-9 and accompanying instructions look like, so you’ll know precisely what’s changing
  • About revisions to the List of Acceptable Documents for employment verification—and gain a complete summary of acceptable List A, List B, and List C documents
  • The Form I-9 storage and retention rules that apply
  • Answers to common, but tricky, Form I-9 questions such as:
    • I hired a new employee using the January 22, 2017, “Smart Form I-9,” but now I need to reverify. Which form should I use?
    • Do I need to repeat verification of recent hires using this new form?
    • If an employee moves out of state and his/her driver’s license says it’s not valid for federal ID purposes, can you accept the license as a List B document?
    • Can you accept a temporary green card? What if it’s about to expire?
    • What do you do when a proffered document just looks a bit “off” to you?
  • Best practices for filling out the I-9 and legally acceptable ways to verify worker documentation—including answers to questions such as whether it’s acceptable to look at remote hires’ documents via Skype or FaceTime
  • Form I-9 re-verification requirements for non-U.S. citizens and non-permanent residents
  • How to complete I-9s for new employees using automatically extended employment authorization documents (EADs)
  • Best practices for copying and storing I-9s from supporting documentation to paper I-9s and electronic records
  • And more!


Register now to learn the lay of the new Form I-9 land and how to successfully transition new hire verification by September 18 during this all-new webinar featuring live Q&A with a skilled immigration attorney!

About Your Presenter:

Jacob MuklewiczJacob T. Muklewicz, Esq.
Partner
Kirton McConkie 

Jacob Muklewicz counsels and advises large multinational corporations, local businesses, individual investors and professionals in areas involving employment-based immigration law. Mr. Muklewicz has presented at state bar associations and published articles on topics concerning employment-based immigration and compliance with employment verification regulations.


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