The Feds have released a new Form I-9, which all employers must start using effective immediately.
The new form continues to raise the stakes for I-9 compliance. In light of the recently expanded focus on illegal immigration, it should be no surprise to anyone that the pressure will be on to make sure employees who are hired are American citizens and legal immigrants who are entitled to their jobs.
The form became effective Jan. 22, 2017. So, if Federal agents knock on your company's door, will you be ready?
To help you stay in compliance, we've updated our comprehensive report on I-9 compliance that details what employers' obligations are, as well as how to stay out of trouble.
- New Form I-9: What changed and how to comply
- E-Verify: Effectively ensure all new hires are legal
- Retention of I-9 documentation: What, when and for how long?
- Can you spot a fake? Document review standards
- INCLUDED: A printable copy of the I-9 form
- Penalties: How bad can it get?
- How to avoid the discrimination trap
- Social Security cards: Identifying red flags
- Application of I-9 rules to independent contractors
- Correcting I-9's: What can be fixed without penalties
- Special rules for companies doing government contract work
- Verification programs: What they do (and what they don't)
- How to deal with volunteers, remote hires and self-employment
- Docking exempt employees – 4 permissible deductions
- How to legally recover costs from employees on FMLA leave
- Saving on overtime – a largely unknown exemption
- 4 types of work-related travel – and which ones you don't have to pay for
- 7 ways to save money with mandatory arbitration
- 2 legitimate ways to recoup more of your healthcare expenses
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