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Form I-9 Compliance Issues Every Employer Needs To Know (HRM562T)

Presented by: Patricia A. Bollman
 
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  •  Thu, May 19, 2016
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Identify and Address Issues That Are Critical to I-9 Compliance and Survive ICE Audits

Form I-9 is an employment verification tool by Immigration Reform and Control Act (IRCA). However, to be compliant with Form I-9 federal regulations, a business requires more than completing the Form I-9. A business must have in place written policies and procedures that address a variety of issues that relate to Form I-9 compliance. Too often, businesses fail to do this and when the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (“ICE”) conducts an inspection of their Form I-9s, the business is penalized because it has not properly addressed a wide variety of issues that are critical to I-9 compliance. I-9 retention requires attaching the original Form I-9 copies of the document(s) used to verify identity and work eligibility and E-Verify receipts (if you are using the E-Verify program).

This session by expert speaker Patricia A. Bollman will identify the employers’ compliance issues which they need to address in order to be in the best possible position to defend an I-9 audit by ICE.  Form I-9 compliance goes beyond just filling out the form, it requires that every business have Form I-9 Policies and Procedures in place that cover topics such as:

  • Properly making corrections on a Form I-9;
  • Storage of Form I-9s;
  • Destruction of Form I-9s;
  • Name and identity changes;
  • Internal I-9 audits;
  • The anti-discrimination portion of the law that established the Form I-9;
  • Others that need to be in place in order to be I-9 compliant

The webinar will help you identify critical compliance issues (beyond completing the Form I-9 requirements) that need to be addressed by every employer. It will provide solutions on how to handle them, including policies that need to be in place, practice tips and resource materials to assist in having the best practices in place for I-9 compliance.

Session Highlights:

  • How to properly make corrections to the Form I-9 including review of recent guidance from the government on how it wants changes made to the Form I-9 in specific situations.
  • Storage and Destruction Policies that need to be in place along with practice tips.
  • The importance of having a name change policy and procedure.
  • Addressing the issue of an employee with an identity change and having a corporate policy that addresses same in order to avoid discrimination claims.
  • Understanding the anti-discrimination portion of the Form I-9 law and policies that must be in place to make certain that your business does not end up the subject of an investigation for discrimination related to the Form I-9 process.

Who Should Attend

Human Resource Managers, who have responsibility for Form I-9s, managers or business owners that have responsibility for corporate compliance

About Our Speaker(s)

Patricia A. Bollman | I-9 Compliance Training SpeakerPatricia A. Bollman
Patricia A. Bollman is a 1986 graduate of Tulane University School of Law. For 30 years, Patricia has practiced primarily in the area of immigration and nationality law, with a significant portion of her immigration law practice in the area of employment-based immigration matters. Patricia has developed an expertise in... More info

 
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