USCIS Web Site Updated with I-9 and E-Verify Information
By: Dave Fowler
Happy New Year and welcome to 2012. There
will be many exciting things happening this year such as new State laws requiring
E-Verify, immigration reform discussions, and the Super Bowl. Oh yeah, there is also
an election this fall too. Not to be out done USCIS has expanded their website with
some new information that can be very helpful to employers. Here
is a summary of what is now available at the USCIS website.
The Beacon is the official
blog of USCIS. Check it out at:
Employees from El Salvador with Expiring EADs May Still Be Authorized to Work
Employees from El Salvador who have Temporary
Protected Status (TPS) have had their employment authorizations automatically
extended until September 9, 2012, even if the employees have not yet obtained a new
Employment Authorization Document (EAD). Please visit I-9 Central What’s New section
for detailed information.
I-9 Central What’s New
Visit the I-9
Central What’s New section to learn about updates published by USCIS.
Helpful information on how Form I-9 covering
topics such as:
Who Needs to Complete Form I-9?
How to Complete Form I-9
Is This Document Acceptable?
Self Audits Q&As
Storing Form I-9 Q&As
Electronic Form I-9 Q&A
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