I-9 Self-Audits - Evaluate and Avoid Discrimination Claims

  • $249.00
  • Oct 04, 2017 (Recording)
  • 90 minutes

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has released yet another new revision to the Form I-9 for employment eligibility verification. The revised Form I-9 is effective September 18, 2017. The likelihood of workplace raids by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) is growing. By executive order, President Trump has ordered the hiring of 10,000 new immigration officers to crack down on illegal immigration. Additionally, recent changes in U.S. immigration regulations regarding the extension of some foreign workers’ employment authorization documents affect how employers must

The likelihood of workplace raids by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) is growing. By executive order, President Trump has ordered the hiring of 10,000 new immigration officers to crack down on illegal immigration. Additionally, recent changes in U.S. immigration regulations regarding the extension of some foreign workers’ employment authorization documents affect how employers must reverify their work authorization on Form I-9.

The Department of Homeland Security has increased the Form I-9 violation fines by approximately 96%. Specifically, the range of fines for violations went from $110-$1,100 per Form I-9 to $216 -$2,156 per Form I-9. Join this webinar to learn how to avoid these steep penalties.

Learning Objectives

  • What to look for when reviewing Form I-9s (another revised version is in effect as of September 18, 2017) and past versions of Form I-9s on file for your workforce
  • Examples of national origin or citizenship-based discrimination that could arise from Form I-9 self-audits and what to do to ensure your practices don’t spark legal claims
  • Best practices for informing employees about the internal Form I-9 audit
  • Form I-9 error and omission correction procedures for Sections 1, 2, and 3 including who should deal only with Section 1, and who should handle Sections 2 and 3
  • What to do if you discover workers who don’t appear to have an I-9 on file 
  • What to do if ICE agents or auditors show up at your workplace

Who Will Benefit

  • HR professionals
  • Professionals in the legal arena
  • Compliance personnel
  • Self-employed persons

Your Expert

Jacob Muklewicz is the former Chair of Kirton McKonkie’s Employment and Immigration section. He counsels and advises large multinational corporations, local businesses, individual investors and professionals in areas involving employment-based immigration law. He has presented at state bar associations and published articles on topics concerning employment-based immigration and compliance with employment verification regulations.

Continuing Education

This program has been pre-approved for 1.5 hours of General recertification credit hours (PHR/SPHR) through the HR Certification Institute.

I-9 Self-Audits - Evaluate and Avoid Discrimination Claims

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