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Immigration Compliance for the HR Professional: Employment Authorization Issues and Beyond

OnDemand Webinar (91 minutes)

Make sure your company is in full compliance with employment authorization rules and regulations.I-9 audits and government raids are on the rise for employers across the country. Companies need to implement protocols and have a crisis communication plan available. The impact of an I-9 audit on your business can be catastrophic in terms of disruption to business operations, financial penalties, and potential criminal charges. Now more than ever it is important for employers to have a plan of action in place prior to the government knocking on the company's door. Join immigration and employment attorneys, Julie Pace and David Selden of Cavanagh Law, as they share strategies and tools for companies to comply with all the new regulations surrounding I-9 Forms and E-Verify. They have handled more than 1,000 I-9 audits and can share real life stories. You will come away with the tools and insights you need to build and strengthen your risk management strategies.

Authors

Julie A. Pace, The Cavanagh Law Firm David A. Selden, The Cavanagh Law Firm

Agenda

Importance of Fully Completing the Form I-9

• Changes in Form I-9 Verification Procedure

• Enforcement and Contesting Fines

• Penalties

• ICE Investigations

ICE Image Program

• Benefits of Program

• Lower Penalties

What to Do When ICE Comes Knocking

• Notice of Inspection

• Notice of Technical or Procedural Failures

• Notice of Suspect Documents

• Notice of Intent to Fine and Next Steps

Trends in Immigration Sanctions and I-9 Audits

• Increased Enforcement Against Employers

• Felony Harboring

• Money Laundering

• Misdemeanor and Felonies Regarding Hiring

E-Verify

• Nuts and Bolts of Using E-Verify

• E-Verify Self-Check Program

• Cautions and Issues With E-Verify

• Penalties for Violations of E-Verify Requirements

Responding to Government Agencies

• Handling Employee Identity Inquiries

• Addressing SSA No Match Letters

• Criminal Investigations