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2020 Form I-9 – Verification and Employment Certificate Program (Starts November 6th)

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2020 Form I-9 – Verification and Employment Certificate Program (Starts November 6th)

November 6, 2019 @ 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm CST

$295.00
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2020 Form I-9 – Verification and Employment Certificate Program (Starts November 6th)$295.00We all know that we need to complete a Form I-9 for each individual who works for us, but we also need to ensure that we are completing Forms I-9 in compliance with the Immigration Reform and Control Act (IRCA). This in-person or online 2020 I-9 Compliance Certificate Program will provide you all the tools to be in compliance with the law and avoid lawsuits, significant fines, and even civil and criminal penalties. The Government takes employment eligibility seriously today more than ever before. We can not put our organizations at risk because of mistakes, lack of knowledge or training. Ignorance is not a defense in the eyes of the law!

Date: 11/6/2019

Time: 12pm – 4pm Central Time

Presenter: Elga Lejarza-Penn

Duration: 4 Hours

Delivery Options: In-Person or Live Stream / Webinar

Re-Certification Credits: SHRM: 4 PDCs; HRCI: 4 HR (General) Credits

Cost: $295

I-9 Audits are on the rise and there is no stopping them! Last year over 6,500 employers’ I-9 records were audited, leading to several dozen civil and criminal convictions. This year a lot more audits have been conducted and the number is significantly increasing in 2020.

Employers, are you confident that you know everything you need to know with respect to your I-9 files to be in compliance and avoid significant penalties?

  1. The current version Form I-9 is expired as of August 1, 2019, what form do we use in 2020?
  2. Am I am required to complete Form I-9 for employees who will work only one day?
  3. If I have to pay back pay to a previous employee, do I need to complete a new Form I-9?
  4. Is my employee required to complete Form I-9 if he/she is attending training in the United States before starting his/her job in a foreign country?
  5. How do I complete Form I-9 for remote employees?
  6. Is an employer required to terminate employees who, as a result of the employer’s internal Form I-9 audit, disclose that they were previously not employment-authorized, even though they are currently employment-authorized?
  7. If I am self-employed and don’t need to complete the Form I-9, do I need to be authorized to work in the United States to be self-employed?
  8. During a self-audit, I discovered we have an employee we hired in July 1986, do I need to complete a Form I-9 for this employee?
  9. Do I have to fill out a Form I-9 for an employee on an H1-B Visa?
  10. Can employees in the United States use the Form I-9 Spanish version?

Answers to the even-numbered questions:

  1. Yes, 4. Yes, 6. No, 8. No, 10. No

 

Why Should you attend this 3-hour 2020 I-9 Compliance Certificate Program?

We all know that we need to complete a Form I-9 for each individual who works for us, but we also need to ensure that we are completing Forms I-9 in compliance with the Immigration Reform and Control Act (IRCA). This in-person or online 2020 I-9 Compliance Certificate Program will provide you all the tools to be in compliance with the law and avoid lawsuits, significant fines, and even civil and criminal penalties. The Government takes employment eligibility seriously today more than ever before. We can not put our organizations at risk because of mistakes, lack of knowledge or training. Ignorance is not a defense in the eyes of the law!

Areas covered in our “2020 I-9 Compliance Certificate Program”

  • What is IRCA?
  • How many employees do you need to have to comply with IRCA?
  • Who enforces IRCA?
  • Compliance obligations under IRCA
  • Who is not required to complete a Form I-9?
  • How far in advance can the Form I-9 be completed?
  • As an employer, may I use a signature stamp to sign Section 2?
  • How do we determine a Documents’ genuineness?
  • Which type of receipts we can accept from the employees to complete Form I-9?
  • Do we need to make copies of the employees’ documents?
  • When do we need to re-verify the I-9 Forms?
  • What should I do if I need to reverify an employee who filled out an earlier version of Form I-9?
  • What should I do if my transgender employee changes their name?
  • Must I reverify an employee who presented a Permanent Resident Card with a 10-year expiration date?
  • Must I reverify an employee who presented for Form I-9 a Permanent Resident Card that expires in two years and contains conditions?
  • How do I conduct a self-audit for our I-9 Forms?
  • How do I properly correct errors or missing data on the I-9 Forms?
  • How do I establish employees’ identities and employment authorizations?
  • How should we store and retain the I-9 Forms?
  • Who can help a new hire complete section 1 on the Form I-9?
  • How an employer can avoid personal liability when completing, attesting and signing a Form I-9
  • Can an H-1B employee present a driver’s license and Form I-94 card only (no passport) for re-verification?
  • In the signature block for the Employer or Authorized Representative found in Section 2 of Form I-9, do I need to sign my full legal name?
  • The Form I-9 instructions include approved abbreviations for document titles. Some of the document titles are long, so when you print the form, the title is cut off. Is this acceptable?
  • May a notary public or any authorized representative attach an attestation to Form I-9 instead of providing a signature in the signature block of Section 2?
  • If an employee writes down an Alien Number or Admission Number when completing Section 1 of Form I-9, may I ask to see a document with that number?
  • Must Form I-9 be completed in ink or can I use a pencil?
  • Is it acceptable to have both typed and handwritten information on the Form I-9?
  • Can there be any additional writing or highlighting on Form I-9?
  • As an employer, may I use a signature stamp to sign Section 2?
  • If my employee changes citizenship status after completing Form I-9, are they required to change their attestation?
  • Is an H-4 with a pending I-129 to become H-1B employment authorized? The individual was an H-1B prior to becoming an H-4 and is in an authorized period of stay.
  • In the case of a merger, how can I meet the 3-day rule and complete all new I-9 Forms for my acquired employees?
  • Am I required to complete Forms I-9 for employees who will work only one day?
  • Do I have to update or complete a new Form I-9 when distributing back pay to a previous employee who no longer works for the company?
  • Is my employee required to complete Form I-9 if he/she is attending training in the United States before starting his/her job in a foreign country?
  • I am self-employed and don’t need to complete the Form I-9. Do I need to be authorized to work in the United States to be self-employed?
  • Do I need to fill out Forms I-9 for independent contractors or their employees?
  • If someone accepts a job with my company but will not start work for a month, can I complete Form I-9 when my employee accepts the job?
  • Do citizens and noncitizen nationals of the United States need to complete Form I-9?
  • Can I include Form I-9 in a job application packet?
  • If I am self-employed, do I have to fill out a Form I-9 on myself?
  • If I am a recruiter or referrer for a fee, do I have to fill out Forms I-9 on individuals that I recruit or refer?
  • Do I have to complete Forms I-9 for Canadians or Mexicans who entered the United States under the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA)?
  • Do the owners of a company have to complete Form I-9? What if one of the company’s owners refuses to complete Form I-9?
  • My company retains unpaid individuals (student trainees, interns, volunteers, residents) that receive job training and experience but receive no form of payment from my company. Do we need to complete Forms I-9 for these individuals?
  • Do we need to submit Form I-9 to any government agency or government website?
  • Which employers can use the Form I-9 Spanish Version?
  • Do we need to provide to the new hires the Form I-9 15 pages of instructions?

Included in the program:

  • 2020 I-9 Compliance Certificate Program
  • 4 SHRM/HRCI Recertification Credit hours
  • Supplies/book with presentation
  • Form I-9 Activity
  • Interactive Program
  • $200.00 off coupon code for our PHR/SPHR/SHRM-CP/SHRM-SCP 10 Week Evening Online Exam Prep Program

 Target Audience:

  • Human Resources Professionals
  • Recruiters
  • Compliance Officers
  • Payroll Professionals
  • Business Owners
  • Office Managers
  • New Managers or Supervisors
  • Public Notaries