And Another Thing! New Form I-9 In The Works!
By: Dave Fowler
On November 2, 2010, the USCIS Verification Division and Office of Public Engagement
(OPE) hosted a stakeholder engagement regarding the Form I-9 (Employment Eligibility
Verification). USCIS indicated at the opening of the session that the agency is in
the early stages of drafting a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) for the Form I-9
and wanted to host an engagement in order to give individual stakeholders an opportunity
to comment on the Form I-9 process. USCIS was particularly interested in hearing from
stakeholders on the different sections of the form, the list of acceptable documents,
the Form I-9 verification process, and potential educational resources. The session
was for USCIS to listen to the views and information of individual stakeholders.
The session was not used for the purpose of obtaining group or consensus advice.
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