Posts Tagged I-9
As more companies hire remote workers, they have likely come across one of the more vexing Form I-9 compliance issues—how to verify a remote employee's work authorization documents within the required three-day deadline?
In 2009, the Department of Homeland Security (“DHS”) began auditing the I-9 practices of Asplundh Tree Experts Co. Last month, the Company pled guilty in Pennsylvania federal court to a charge of knowingly employing immigrants without authorization to work in the U.S. The fine: a record $95 million.
West Virginia Amends State Rule Verifying Legal Employment Status of Workers
Company Hit with Largest I-9 Paperwork Penalties to Date
USCIS Developing 'Smart' I-9 Form to Catch Errors
What If an Employee Admits Prior I-9 Documents Were Fake?
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Quits Rate Continues to Rise, Signaling Worker Confidence
By Roy Maurer 3/11/2015
The rules on employers prepopulating or filling out any part of Section 1 of Form I-9 before employees have completed it have generated a fair amount of confusion recently because Department of Homeland Security (DHS) officials have, at times, made contradictory statements.
Adding to the muddle, the regulations and published agency guidance itself are not 100 percent clear on the issue of prepopulating Section 1.
On April 24, @weknownext chatted with Justin Storch of The American Council on International Personnel (@ACIPimmigration) and Daniel Brown, Partner, Fragomen, Del Rey, Bernsen & Loewy LLP (@DBrown367) on "What's Next for Work Authorization?"
In case you missed it, here are all the great tweets from the chat:
Immigration reform is fully under way as the “Gang of Eight," a group of Republican and Democratic senators, introduced its bi-partisan immigration reform bill on April 18. Human resources professionals around the country are paying close attention as passage of the bill could profoundly affect their internal processes and overall talent management strategies.