Contributed by Aaron Hall
Senior Partner Jeff Joseph and Associate Attorney Aaron Hall presented at a meeting of the Hospitality Human Resource Association (HHRA) of Colorado at The International Culinary School & Art Institute of Colorado. This presentation focused on legal requirements for I-9 completion, retention, and destruction and included a discussion on best practices for correcting an inaccurate or incomplete I-9, re-verifying employment eligibility for an employee with a work authorization document that expires, and steps to take when a review of your files reveals widespread problems with past I-9 forms. In addition, the presentation addressed use of E-verify and employer sanctions for noncompliance. For questions regarding your I-9 compliance procedures, visit our website or contact us to schedule a consultation.
Contributed By: Kim Tremblay, Associate Attorney and Zalifata Gambor, Receptionist On October 1, 2012, DHS announced that it was extending Temporary Protected Status (“TPS”) for Haitians in the United States. …
By Kim Tremblay, Associate Attorney In March 2012, the Department of Homeland Security announced that it was proposing rules to change the I-601 unlawful presence waiver process for immediate relatives…
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