Changes to the New I-9 Form for 2020!

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Learn What the Changes are and how Employers can prepare for Future Audits by Following this I-9 Internal Audit, Correction and Storage Program Accepted by the Department of Homeland Security!

The New I-9 Form is here! The good news is that the USCIS has changed some of the Form I-9 instructions to help clarify a few points of confusion (more on that below). The bad news is that there are still many traps for the “I-9 unwary” – a problem that is often magnified by the sheer number of I-9s completed every year.

The Form I-9 itself looks identical to the July 17, 2017 version (that everyone has been using for the past three years), with the exception of minor non-substantive edits to the Form I-9 version (lower left-hand corner) and new expiration date (top right-hand corner) just to name a few.

Certain clarifications were made to the form instructions based on public comments received.

.  DHS is updating the privacy notice on all of its forms as each goes through a Paperwork Reduction Act action.
.  Since the Forms Center has discontinued its form request telephone line, DHS will provide the alternative means for the public to order paper forms.
.  DHS was made aware of a country changing its name, and so it will add this new country name, as well as keep the original name, to the drop-down lists available when users complete the form on a computer.
.  Clarified who can act as an authorized representative on behalf of an employer Updated USCIS website addresses
.  Provided acceptable document clarifications
.  Updated the process for requesting the paper Form I-9
.  Updated the DHS Privacy Notice
.  Remote Clarification
.  N/A use
.  Employee section review and corrections
.  List of Acceptable Document changes

As immigration remains at the center of national attention, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) is not just stepping up its enforcement efforts at the border they are increasing their efforts.

Attend this webinar to understand how to fill out the new I-9 form, how to correct it and audit it. what are the new developments in rule and how is agencies thinking to penalize employers, what are the best practices to follow to save your company from unnecessary violations?


LEARNING BENEFITS

.       What are the changes made to the new I-9 Form

.       How long can the expired form be used?

.       What date is the new I-9 Form required to be used?

.       How do the changes impact Employers?

.       Why did DHS reach out to the public for comments on changes needed for the New I-9 Form?

.       Why was Privacy provisions added?

.       How long does it take from when the public comments are received to the date when the new I-9 Form is launched?

.       What is the impact to remote employees?

.       How is DHS going to explain the changes to the Public?

.       Is there an option when you use N/A for blank spaces?

.       Is the Social Security Number still optional for employees to complete?

.       What about electronic and fillable forms?

.      Although the I-9 document appears like a simple document, more than 72% of Employers have I-9 Documents with errors;

.      I-9 documents can be audited by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and many DHS investigators know this is a weakness for most Employers;

.      Fines and penalties have increased and almost doubled in 2016 and will increase every 3 years according to inflation;

.      Inappropriate storage of I-9 documents in employee’s personnel files can lead to discrimination claims;

.      Disgruntled employees can turn in Employers for I-9 document violations which will bring DHS to your doorstep!

.      How is the right way to correct I-9 documents and save your company from unnecessary violations?

.      What is the minimal risk Employers have when establishing an I-9 document Correction & Storage Process?



WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

.     All Employers across industry


.    Small/Medium Business Owners


.    Company Leadership


.    Compliance professionals

.     Payroll Administrators

.     HR Professionals

.     Finance and Accounts Professionals

.     Office Managers/Supervisors

Free Internal Audit, Correction andStorage Toolkit for All Attendees! Includes:

.       New I-9 Form for 2020!

.       Excel Matrix to insert corrections, purging dates and expiration of documents and to add your organization’s Logo

.       Active/Termination Employee Log Sample

.       I-9 Memo Template for Correction/Administrative Memo to indicate Changes in I-9 Process

.       Internal/External Certification Audit Template

I-9 Audit Guide: a step by step resource guide

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