Join Seyfarth’s Immigration Compliance and Enforcement Team as they address critical challenges that employers face at various stages of employment and company growth in the second session of our Immigration Compliance Life Cycle Series: A Tale of Two Migraines: The I-9 (the Most Complicated Three-Page Form in America) and E-Verify (the I-9’s Almost-as-Complicated Database Companion). Our panelists will offer practical solutions for dealing with old and new pitfalls in the new era of ramped-up immigration worksite enforcement.
In our second session, we continue to eavesdrop on Harry, the Human Resources Manager, and Julie, the General Counsel, as they learn that several candidates have accepted offers, and Harry’s HR team is ready to onboard the new hires. Concerned about the renewed Federal focus on worksite enforcement, Harry and Julie now must grapple with perplexing and all-too-real immigration compliance challenges.
Join us via webinar or in-person in our San Francisco office to learn practical tips and best practices when hiring a diverse workforce in a geographically dispersed organization in real-world scenarios. Harry’s HR team runs into several stumbling blocks as they multitask to try and keep up with I-9 and E-Verify compliance requirements while swiftly and efficiently onboarding new hires to meet business needs.
Our second session concentrates on common and less common onboarding challenges:
- I-9 Acceptable Documents & Timing: What can you ask, what can't you ask, and when can you ask?
- The I-9 in All of Its Forms (electronic, hybrid, government smart form, and good old-fashioned paper): What’s best, and how do you deal with the rest?
- E-Verify Acronyms (TNCs, FANs, FNCs): What do they mean, what procedures do they require, and what’s best in self-assessments and mandatory training?
- 21st Century I-9 Conundrums (Telecommuters, Remote Hires, and other Headaches): How do you stop the migraines?
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*CLE Credit for this webinar has been awarded in the following states: CA, IL, NJ and NY. CLE Credit is pending for GA, TX and VA. Please note that in order to receive full credit for attending this webinar, the registrant must be present for the entire session.