I-9

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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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com)-- Edupliance announces webinar titled, "How to Prepare the New I-9 Form Correctly and Avoid Hiring Illegal Aliens" that aims to update attendees on the significant changes in how to properly complete each section of the updated Form I-9 as well as review the requirements for accepting documents as part of the Form I-9 process.
At the conclusion of the audit, ICE can issue a Notice of Intent to Fine, assessing civil penalties for errors on the I-9 form, which range from $216 to $2,156 per violation.
The electronic system allows employers to match the work authorization paperwork, located on an I-9 form, with records from the U.
Substantive failures include the failure to have an I-9 Form, to properly complete certain sections of it, and to not meet the statutory timelines.
present proper identification, fill out an I-9 form, and, in some cases, be re-verified using the E-Verify system.
The deceptively simple I-9 form can create liability for employers ranging from $110 to $1100 per form for uncorrected technical violations and increased fines for substantive violations on the forms.
The rescinded No Match regulation outlined "safe harbor" procedures to demonstrate that an employer had acted reasonably to a No Match letter, including allowing the employee 90 days within which to resolve the discrepancy and completing a new I-9 form with updated documents.
Every uncorrected I-9 form carries a penalty of $110 to $1,100, which can add up quickly.
The system checks the information provided by the employee on his or her I-9 form.
More information and copies of the new I-9 form will be available from the CIS Web site, www.
The I-9 Form is used to confirm an employee's identity and employment eligibility.