MDIVANI CORPORATE IMMIGRATION UPDATE

E-Verify Alone Will Not Protect Your Company: Food Processing Company Fined for Alleged Discriminati

Many employers have a false sense of security that they are automatically protected from liability if they use electronic I-9s and/or E-verify, but they fail to consider that both of these systems will fail when used by an untrained I-9/E-verify administrator. Immigration Compliance Training is crucial for teaching HR professionals how to properly execute an I-9 and run an E-verify case without violating the INA’s antidiscrimination provisions. Washington based fruit and vegetable processing company agrees to pay over $225,000 in civil penalties, to provide specific immigration compliance training to its HR department, to post antidiscrimination information for workers, and to be subject to

Can Your I-9 Administrators Identify Which Work Permits are Automatically Extended?

USCIS issued a final rule discussing certain automatically extended Employment Authorization Documents (EADs), starting January 17, 2017. If your company has new employees presenting expired work permits during the I-9 process; or if you have current employees with expired or expiring work permits, it is very important that your HR department is fully trained on how to address these situations. Some work permits are truly expired and need to be re-verified immediately, or you and your company could face liability for continuing to employ a worker who is not authorized to work in the U.S. Other work permits fall in the category of permits automatically extended for 180 days (or until the wo

New Green Cards & Work Permits to Start Showing up on I-9s

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