Temporarily Acceptable Documents: How to Handle Document Receipts on Form I-9

Sometimes new hires show up for orientation with their documents well-organized and in tow, but many new hires have misplaced or damaged the documents they may need for Form I-9 purposes. Luckily, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) allow employees to present receipts for certain documents in lieu of the original List A, B, or C document so that person may work while they are waiting on a replacement document. The “receipt rule” allows an employee to present a receipt for the application for a replacement of any document on the List of Acceptable Documents. Receipts are valid for 90 days from the day they were issued, and w

Iowa Dairy Farmer Indicted for IRCA Violations—Paid $250k in Sanctions And Will Spend Three Months i

As the result of an investigation by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), Michael Millenkamp, a dairy farmer in Earlville, Iowa, was convicted of harboring (employing undocumented workers), a violation of immigration compliance under IRCA and RICO. Millenkamp was sentenced to serve three months in federal prison. He was also ordered to pay a fine of $5,000, forfeit $245,000 to the United States, and serve a term of 3 years supervised probation. In order to not receive the full jail time (possibly a decade), Millenkamp signed a plea agreement which required him to comply with immigration regulations related to employment, and will also be required to make at least two presentations

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