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
- Ensuring the documentation offered by the worker is acceptable.
- Documenting your review of the items
- Procedures for submission to the USCIS
- Learn what to do if the information DOES NOT MATCH the information the USCIS and IRS has on your worker
- best practices for storage and retrieval of the forms
- Know who has to give you the new W4 vs the old one in 2020.
- Input the new information into your payroll system.
- Describe the new requirements of the new I9 vs the old one.
- 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
Who Should Attend:
- Human Resources Professionals
- Payroll Managers and Staff
- Dept or Functional Managers
- Hiring and other HR personnel