I-9 and E-Verify Laws for Small Business: Immigration Law Update
Increasingly, States are taking the lead on immigration law enforcement through mandatory use of E-Verify, the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services Internet-based program that helps employers predict employment eligibility of new hires based on social security number verification with SSA and work status verification with DHS.
Christina Wallace, a nationally recognized attorney, who dedicates her practice to immigration law, will walk business owners through the E-verify program. Ms. Wallace will explain what E-Verify is, discuss the latest statistics on enrollment by size and type of employer, the pros and cons of enrollment in the Internet-based system, and most importantly the dos and don’ts of the program. She’ll also give a rundown of which states now mandate E-Verify for employers doing business within their borders on a state, county or municipal level. She will review the basics of the Form I-9, which must still be maintained by all employers and go over the FAR Clause mandating E-Verify for government contractors.
Watch the video above to learn everything you need to know about E-Verify.
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Watch and you will learn:
- • Form I-9 - How to avoid the most
common employer mistakes
- • State Immigration Law Overview -
Who is requiring what and when
- • E-Verify – why you should or shouldn't enroll
- • E-Verify - Essential dos and don'ts to stay
- • FAR Clause mandating use for government contractors