ICE Unveils New IMAGE Program
just in…May 31, 2011.
May 26, 2011. ICE is going to postpone this event due to the holiday week. It
will likely be rescheduling for later in the summer, perhaps early August. ICE
will be posting information shortly.
John Morton, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), is pleased to invite
you to an unveiling of a new brand protection and compliance program. The unveiling
will take place on Tuesday, May 31, 2011 from 2:00 – 6:00 PM at the Omni Berkshire
Hotel, 21 East 52nd Street at Madison Avenue, Julliard Ballroom, New York, New York
business in a dynamic and fast-paced global economy has its challenges.
believes the new IMAGE program can help employers comply with the law and develop
a more secure and stable workforce. In the process, employers can protect their brand
and market share, and promote compliance.
looks forward to everyone’s participation.
RSVP by May 25, 2011 to Tina Shannon at IMAGE@dhs.gov and
include name, title, and contact information for attendees.
new IMAGE program is makes it easier for employers to participate. Employers are required
to use E-Verify, establish an internal compliance program, and submit to a Form I-9
new IMAGE program benefits employers because ICE will mitigate certain fines and use
the Form I-9 audit as a teaching tool, assist employers in coming into compliance
with the law, and agree not to conduct another Form I-9 audit for two years.
may now be time to reconsider becoming a member of the ICE IMAGE program.
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