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I-9 Verification Services For Employment

We are an expert in everything you need in Form I-9 compliance – in-person Employment Eligibility Verifications. Gain peace of mind that your employment eligibility verifications will be professionally documented by an Authorized Representative and your hiring practice is in good standing.   

As of August 1, 2023, employers must review employee’s I9 documentation in their physical presence.

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Form I-9, What Is It & What Is Your Employer Responsibility?

Form I-9 compliance is more than just getting signatures! Regardless of E-Verify enrollment, holding a Government Sponsored Security Clearance, or type of business. EVERYONE working in the U.S. must complete a Form I-9.

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Mandated by the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986, the Form I-9 is a United States Citizenship Immigration and Services Form. The Form I-9 is used by all US Employers to verify the identity and legal authorization to work for all paid employees in the United States. Independent Contractors are excluded from completing the Form I-9. Overseas employees working for a U.S. employer are not required to complete a Form I-9. 

The Form I-9 is a free form. The Form is available to the public via the United States Citizens and Immigration Services website here.

By the first day of pay-rolled employment (also known as the date of hire), the employee completes the Form. The employee is required to attest, that the information provided is both true and accurate. The employee will further need to provide physical documentation of employment eligibility for review and verification. 

 

As of August 1, 2023, employers must review Form I-9 documents from all new employees, in their physical presence, within three (3) days of the date of hire, and complete the Form, regardless of whether the employees physically report to a work location.

Compliance audits assure that HR processes are operating smoothly, and consistently, and align with performance standards, and employee and Management satisfaction. Audits mitigate the risk of discrimination, document abuse, inaccuracies, fraud, costly fines, and imprisonment. They are also a measure of good business practice and due diligence. Audits strengthen knowledge, skills, and abilities for future employment growth.

HR's best response to conducting a Form I-9, self-audit is no! Regular compliance audits should be performed by someone other than the individual who originally completed the Form. Click here to see I-9 Compliance Audit  plans and pricing.

By August 30, 2023, employers not previously or presently enrolled in E-Verify, and in good standing, must conduct an in person (physical examination) of acceptable documentation. Welcoming and on-boarding of new hires should never be a burden, yet many HR professionals feel the burn.  With impending payroll and I-9 deadlines, take back control of the I-9 process!  Arrange for an I-9 Authorized Representative to complete the Form and conduct the employment eligibility verification. Click here to get started with your in-person I-9 Authorized Representative! 

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