Managing Changes to the New Form I-9

October 5, 2016 Kim O'Halloran

Managing Changes to the New Form I-9 

In this in-depth session, Dave Basham -- Management & Program Analyst, Outreach Branch, Verification Division, U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Services -- discusses:

  • The new blocks and changes to the Form I-9.
  • The timeline for moving to the new form.
  • The differences between the fillable and paper copy.
  • Avoiding common completion and storage mistakes.
  • Additional tips to ensure compliance with the new form.

As of January 22, employers are required to use the newly revised Form I-9 for new employees. To help employers navigate these changes, Aurico hosted a webinar that is now available for download.

Best Practices for I-9 Compliance

  • Review and update your I-9 policy with changes to I-9 forms.
  • Review your Social Security no-match policy.
  • Review your contractor/vendor policies.
  • Provide regular, updated I-9 compliance training.
  • Consider using an automated I-9 system-Ask your Aurico Representative about our robust Electronic I-9 system.
  • Consider an audit of your Form I-9’s.

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