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The New I-9: Mandated Requirements For Worker Verification And Authorization

Webinar: ID# 1041533
Recorded On-Demand
About This Course:
In February 2020, the USCIS released its long-announced revision of the I9. Federal law requires that every employer who recruits, refers for a fee, or hires an individual for employment in the U.S. must complete Form I-9, Employment Eligibility Verification.

The Form I-9 process, managed by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, will help you verify your employee's identity and employment authorization. The major changes to the I9 include:
  • Clarified who can act as an authorized representative on behalf of an employer
  • Updated USCIS website addresses
  • Provided clarifications on acceptable documents for Form I-9
  • Updated the process for requesting paper Forms I-9
  • Updated the DHS Privacy Notice
This webinar will discuss the changes in detail, and help you understand what they mean for your business. We will review the origin, purpose and evolution of the I9.
You will learn how to process, verify and store these forms, so that you won't worry about your onboarding process. You will understand what USCIS and other agency auditors will look for, so you can educate your workforce and administration on why this process carries the importance that it does.
So sign up for this webinar and sleep tight - as an employer you don't need to fear that those you hire will be your undoing.

The I9 is a form that employers MUST RECEIVE during the hiring process, BEFORE THE EMPLOYEE STARTS WORKING. Employers take a high risk not obtaining them prior to employment.

The IRS and the USCIS both have specific rules on how to obtain, verify and process these forms. In some cases, penalties for I9 non-compliance can result in jail time, as well as Homeland Security, the FBI, an USCIS immigration audits.What You'll Learn:Specific topics covered in the webinar include:
  • We will take the I9 line by line, to make clear what information is necessary for your company to collect. We will point out the new requirements for remote viewing of documents, due to COVID -19
  • We will discuss what to do with the forms when you receive them, including:
    • Ensuring the documentation offered by the worker is acceptable.
    • Documenting your review of the items
    • Procedures for submission to the USCIS

  • We will discuss what to do if the information DOES NOT MATCH the information the USCIS and IRS has on your worker.
  • We will detail the electronic method used by the USCIS for verification, designed to streamline and simplify the process for employers
  • We will discuss best practices for storage and retrieval of the forms.
  • We will discuss how to ensure confidentiality of the information kept.
  • Finally, we will talk about what to do if you are questioned about one or more workers.
After attending this webinar, you will be able to:
  • Know who has to give you the new I9 vs the old one.
  • Adjust your procedures to comply with remote employee onboarding requirements
  • Describe the new requirements of the new I9 vs the old one.
  • Explain why the new requirements are important to both workers and employers

  • Verify the information with the appropriate agencies.
  • Respond to I9 related inquiries and notices from the IRS and USCIS
  • Make decisions about workers who don't submit the I9 or W4.
  • How to handle confidential information
Continuing Education Credits:

Click the 'Credits' tab above for information on PHR/SPHR, PDCs, and other CE credits offered by taking this course.
The New I-9: Mandated Requirements For Worker Verification And Authorization
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