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  • I-9 audits are skyrocketing … how can my organization survive one?
  • E-Verify rules are in constant flux … are we in compliance?
  • The new two-page I-9 form is here ... what changes should we make?
  • Do our I-9 and E-Verify efforts work together … or set us up for a lawsuit?

In light of increasing I-9 and E-Verify enforcement, make sure your hiring policies and practices conform to the latest federal and state rules and avoid anti-discrimination claims.

With The I-9 and E-Verify Compliance Workshop, you'll discover:

I-9s: New scrutiny, new changes. The U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has been getting tough on I-9 violations. The number of ICE audits of employers' I-9 forms last year is more than 12 TIMES higher than in 2007. Plus, the agency rolled out a brand-new version of the I-9 in 2013 — do you understand all the new changes?

E-Verify: Confusing laws, legal risks. At the same time, the feds have been continually upgrading the E-Verify electronic verification system, which is now mandatory for many employers across the country. But some E-Verify rules and procedures are at odds with the I-9 process.

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  1. The latest developments in I-9 and E-Verify guidance, including legislative changes and policy guidance.
  2. Changes to the new I-9 form — and how to comply.
  3. Enforcement trends, including what ICE auditors are now looking for when conducting investigations.
  4. The potential I-9 and E-Verify landmines faced by organizations in light of the growing patchwork of state and local regulations.
  5. How to build the business case to revise your own I-9 policies and procedures in light of recent enforcement trends and discrimination issues.

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