Immigration Blog

I-9 Sample for H-1Bs

Did you have an H-1B employee recently begin work? Here’s an example of how the Form I-9 should be filled out. [Read On]

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A Note about the Form I-9, which Expired August 31

Until USCIS makes an announcement, employers should plan to continue to use the current Form I-9.

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Upcoming Extension of the Form I-9

USCIS has proposed an extension of the Form I-9, which will otherwise expire on August 31, 2019. The public comment period ended on July 5. And the extension is expected to go ahead as planned. Read USCIS’s Announcement.

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Giselle Carson on “This Week in Jacksonville”

Giselle Carson recently appeared on WJXT’s “This Week in Jacksonville” to discuss the potential E-Verify requirement in Florida. Watch the video!

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Answers to Your Pressing Questions about E-Verify TNCs

Immigration and I-9 compliance continue to be hot topics. And a number of clients have come to us lately with questions about Tentative Nonconfirmations (TNCs) and I-9 verifications. What does a TNC mean? What should you do next? Can you still hire the employee? Do you have to terminate him or her? It can be confusing to even seasoned HR personnel! So, we put together this FAQs list to help you clear up the matter. […]

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Expect More Form I-9 Audits: Are You Ready?

A client who received an ICE visit recently said to me, “Giselle, I don’t want to see them here again. How can we best prepare?” As promised in October of 2017, throughout this year employers have experienced a ramping up of I-9 audits and ICE (Immigration and Customs Enforcement) visits. These audits have been carried out against employers both large and small. ICE has stated that it wants employers to expect I-9 audits to be […]

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