I-9 Compliance Issues: Things That Most Employers Don’t Realize They Need To Know
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 items such as:
In order for a business to be compliant with Form I-9 federal regulations, that business must have in place written policies and procedures that address a variety of issues that relate to Form I-9 compliance.
- Properly making corrections on a Form I-9
- Storage of Form I-9s
- Destruction of Form I-9s
- Procedures for handling name changes, identity changes, and internal I-9 audits
This training session covers these issues in detail and provides the information and practice tips you need to implement I-9 policies and procedures that will put your business in the best position possible to defend an audit of your I-9s by ICE.
This event will review critical compliance issues that need to be addressed by every employer, and includes solutions for how to handle them. We will cover policies that need to be implemented, as well as practice tips and resource materials to assist in having the best procedures in place for I-9 compliance.
By attending the audio conference, you will learn:
About Your Speaker:
- How to properly make corrections to the Form I-9
- Overview of recent governmental guidance on how it wants changes made in specific situations
- Tips for your name change policy and procedure
- Steps for handling an employee with an identity change - and having a corporate policy that addresses same in order to avoid discrimination claims
- An understanding of 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
- Practice tips on how to put in place storage and destruction policies
Patricia A. Bollman is a graduate of Tulane University School of Law. She has practiced primarily in the area of immigration and nationality law, and has taught and trained on employment-based immigration matters and I-9 compliance issues for over 30 years.
Patricia is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association and has an AV rating, the highest rating for attorneys, from Martindale Hubbell.
PHR / SPHR Credits!
This program has been approved for 1.5 re-certification credit hours through the HR Certification Institute. For more information about certification or recertification, please visit the HR Certification Institute website at www.hrci.org. The use of this seal is not an endorsement by HRCI of the quality of the program. It means that this program has met HRCI's criteria to be pre-approved for re-certification credit.
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