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I-9

A form that an employer must file with the U.S. federal government to verify that an employee is eligible to work in the United States. The employee fills out a portion of the form and the employer completes and files it. The form states that the employee has shown appropriate identification and documentation proving his/her legal ability to work. Employers have been required to file the I-9 form since 1986.
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The New Hampshire Department of tabor also has taken the position that an incomplete or incorrectly filled out Form I-9 may constitute a violation under state law.
Instructions regarding Section 1 of Form I-9 now indicate that the employee is not obliged to provide the Social Security Number in Section 1 of Form 1-9, unless he or she is employed by an employer who participates in E-Verify.
Fundamentals of Form I-9 (Employment Eligibility Verification)
A Both Form I-9 and the Employer Handbook are available as downloadable PDFs at www.
Information such as Form I-9, medical information (related to a medical leave of absence or Family and Medical Leave Act leave), and workers' compensation information should not be kept in the employee's personnel file.
The report, which is based on a survey of nearly 1,800 human resources and other professionals, showed a significant rise in the use of E-Verify; a focus by employers on compliance and the need to prepare for government audits; and that the majority of organizations continue to rely on a manual, paper-based process to manage the Form I-9 and employment eligibility verification program.
Camacho will conduct live, Form I-9 Training, via videoconference, designed specifically for Notaries serving in the capacity of Employer Representative.
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Upon learning of the departments investigation, Powerstaffing promptly re-trained its staff on proper Form I-9 and E-Verify practices.
Brodie's practice includes business and family immigration, citizenship and naturalization, as well as Form I-9 employer compliance and auditing services.
Macys will also pay an $8,700 civil penalty and periodically produce Form I-9 information to the department for review.