New I-9 Form & E-Verify Federal Rules, Comply Before 10/31 Deadline

Length: 60 Minutes Expert: Ariel D. Fenster, Esq.
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The deadline to comply with updated federal rules for completing the new I-9 form and navigating the government’s E-Verify system is fast approaching. You only have until Oct. 31st to ensure you’ve mastered these massive rule changes.

You and your employees must complete an I-9 Form compliantly and accurately if you want to stay on the right side of the federal government. Then you have to navigate the E-Verify system to confirm that the information is accurate.

Make one mistake and you could be setting yourself up for a slew of HR violations. Especially considering that federal audits of I-9s are skyrocketing — up more than 400% in the last two years. Not only that, but the government is proposing a new plan to perform virtual inspections to ensure that your I-9 forms are compliant.

Your only protection against serious financial penalties and even criminal prosecution is strict compliance with these new federal rules – every single one. The good news is that you can make implementing these new requirements easier and more accurate with a little help…

Attorney Ariel Fenster, Esq., will provide you with step-by-step advice on EXACTLY how you can comply with these new federal employment requirements more quickly and easily. This 60-minute online training with break down the complexities of these new rules into plain-English and help make sure that you comply with the new I-9 form and E-Verify requirements correctly the first time – all while avoiding auditor red flags.

Here are just a few of the practical strategies you’ll receive from Ariel during this 60-minute online training:

  • Discover which elements were removed from the I-9 form when the document got cut in half
  • Pin down exactly how to comply with the NEW Reverification and Rehire Supplement rules
  • Head off employee document errors, master new I-9 Form List C requirements
  • Evaluate the updated List of Acceptable Documents to see what’s new (and what’s gone)
  • Avoid hidden compliance traps in the new I-9 Form completion instructions
  • Uncover how to use the “additional information” field to bulletproof your I-9 Forms
  • Stop penalties for missing a required “n/a” on the I-9 Form, this really happens
  • Determine which E-Verify fields can be left blank, and which ones you must ALWAYS complete
  • Stop rule violations based on the electronic devices you use to submit E-Verify data
  • And much more!

IMPORTANT: Regardless of the number of staff your practice employs, you are REQUIRED to comply with these new federal regulations. The government expects you to complete I-9 forms and E-Verify submissions using these new federal rules by October 31st. From that point forward, you are required to comply with every single submission or risk audits and financial penalties.

Time is of the essence if you want to master these new federal employment rules before the Oct. 31 deadline. So, don’t wait, make sure you are ready by registering for this upcoming expert-led online training. By attending you’ll boost your accuracy and compliance, reduce your odds of an audit, and cut your risk of fines and penalties.

Don’t wait — register today for this must-attend online training.

Meet Your Expert

Ariel D. Fenster
Esq.Labor and Employment Attorney

Ariel is a Senior Associate in Seyfarth Shaw’s Atlanta office, concentrating her practice on representing and counseling employers throughout the country in the entire range of employment law matters. Ariel provides extensive advice and strategic guidance to clients on a wide array of Human Resources topics and issues, including policy development and review, auditing the Human Resources functions, leave and absence management, EEO compliance, reductions in force, employee relations, labor relations, performance management, discipline and discharge and various other areas, with an emphasis on instituting best practices and avoiding audits and litigation.

Ariel relieves her clients’ day-to-day pain points related to performance management, discipline, terminations, and reductions in force, with an emphasis on compliance, business needs, and prevention of litigation. When clients have serious employee complaints, she assists with investigations—either advising in-house counsel and HR or conducting the investigation herself. She regularly trains managers, leaders, executives, HR departments, and legal teams on the full suite of labor and employment topics.

Ariel possesses a specialized focus in working with clients in the healthcare industry and understands their day to day employee challenges. Ariel is certified by Seyfarth Shaw’s Healthcare Institute and frequently leverages her deep understanding of the industry to help large healthcare systems, as well as smaller locally owned homecare companies.


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