Employers Directed to Use New Form I-9 Verifying Work Eligibility by May 7

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Last week the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) agency of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, unveiled in the Federal Register a revised Employment Eligibility Verification Form, which is better known as a Form I-9. For more than 25 years, employers have been required to use the Form I-9 to confirm the identity and the eligibility of all newly hired employees for all levels of an organization to work in the United States.

According to USCIS the new Form I-9 makes several improvements that are intended to minimize errors in completing the Form. It identifies the key revisions to Form I-9 as including...

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Topics:  Eligibility, Hiring & Firing, I-9, USCIS

Published In: Immigration Updates, Labor & Employment Updates

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