What is the New Form I-9 Policy for COVID-19?

What is the New Form I-9 Policy for COVID-19?

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has issued a temporary policy to allow employers to accept expired List B documents when completing the Form I-9 beginning May 1. This new Form I-9 policy for COVID-19 is intended to account for the fact that many people are...
New Form I-9: What Employers Need to Know

New Form I-9: What Employers Need to Know

Employers Must Begin Using New Form I-9 by May 1 On Jan. 31, 2020, the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) published a new version of Form I-9: Employment Eligibility Verification. The previous version of this form expired Aug. 31, 2019, but USCIS...
E-Verify Operations Have Resumed

E-Verify Operations Have Resumed

Now that the government shutdown has ended and offices have re-opened, E-Verify operations have resumed. Employers should take note of the important information below from e-verify.gov pertaining to Form I-9s and creating E-Verify cases: Creating E-Verify Cases Now...
E-Verify is not Available During Government Shutdown

E-Verify is not Available During Government Shutdown

Due to the partial government shutdown, E-Verify is currently unavailable. During this time, employers will be unable to: enroll in E-Verify create an E-Verify case view or take action on any case add, delete or edit any user account reset passwords edit company...

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