TWO Webinar Dates 4/21 & 4/28
Things in our lives are changing daily and sometimes hourly during the pandemic. This session will cover a host of Form I-9 and E-Verify updates that have been released due to COVID-19. The first 15 minutes will cover these updates followed by taking your questions. I’ll then jump into areas of the I-9 and E-Verify that continue to bring many questions.
- DHS announces flexibility in requirements related to Form I-9 compliance due to COVID-19
- Expired drivers licenses extended – use on Form I-9
- E-Verify extends the timeframe for taking action to resolve Tentative Nonconfirmations
- Any other updates that have been released by the date of each session
After covering the above items, I’ll cover the following…
- When must you start using Form I-9’s new version released on Jan 31, 2020
- What blocks require an entry of N/A is an entry is not made
- What address go in each address block (this may surprise many attendees)
- Can a Preparer or Translator also complete Section 2
- What is the correct way to make a correction on Form I-9 and who can make them
- Can you use abbreviations
- How to complete Form I-9 for remote hires
- Which documents are not to be reverified
- …..and more
No registration needed – simply click on the link below about 10-15 minutes prior to the start time. That’s it!
- Tue, Apr 21st at 1:00pm EDT To join, click on the link >> https://uscis.webex.com/uscis/onstage/g.php?MTID=e210baa16868f7bb910a7b3da6c359a8e
- Tue, Apr 28th at 10:00am EDT To join, click on the link >> https://uscis.webex.com/uscis/onstage/g.php?MTID=e91e426d4516cf807a59a221898e39c7d
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The webinars are free! Dave has been a speaker on these topics for 12 years and conducted well over 650 presentations around the country via live and webinar platforms to groups that include HR, Compliance, Payroll and Attorneys. In 2014, ARSHRM State Council awarded him with their ‘Friend of HR’ award. Feel free to view a host of events where he has been a speaker on either topic and connect with him on LinkedIn.
Form I-9 and E-Verify Speaker
Engagement Branch, Verification Division
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services
Department of Homeland Security
Dave joined U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services in 2008 following his retirement from the U.S. Army. He has conducted over 650 Form I-9 and E-Verify presentations to nationwide audiences including elected officials, immigration attorneys, compliance personnel to human resources and payroll professionals. In 2016, the American Payroll Association presented Dave with their annual Government Partner Award in recognition of his service, as a government agent, to the payroll community. Dave’s military assignments were numerous in the Infantry arena. His military service decorations include the Legion of Merit. Dave’s originally from West Virginia but now makes his home in historic Virginia.