Temporary DHS Policy Allows US Employers to Accept Certain Expired Identity Documents

Employers can Temporarily Accept Certain Expired Identity Documents

As of May 1, 2020, Employers can temporarily accept Employees’ expired Identity Documents (List B documents) for documents that expired on or after March 1, 2020. This is because of COVID-19 related DMV shut-downs. Employers Should Record the Applicable Expired Identity Documents as Receipts on the Form I-9

If an employee presents an otherwise valid List B document that expired on or after March 1, 2020, the employer can treat this document as a valid receipt, meaning it is valid for 90 days. The I-9 should be updated with the employee’s new document once the employee receives their new document. I-9 Administrator Certification & Training

ICE Best Practices includes Employers completing annual I-9 administrator and certification training. If your I-9 administrators have not gone through training on the new I9, now is the time to have them trained by I-9 experts. Please consider registering for one of our live I-9 training webinars, taught by licensed and experienced corporate immigration attorneys by clicking here: https://www.usimmigrationcompliance.com/training

Leyla McMullen



NOT LEGAL ADVICE: This article is for educational purposes only, it is not legal advice that may be applicable to our situation

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