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April 3rd, 2013
New I-9 Forms Take Effect May 8
On March 8, 2013, the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) published a revised Form I-9 for use in verifying employment eligibility.
All employers must complete a Form I-9 for each newly hired employee. Effective May 8, 2013, employers must use only the new form, a copy of which is attached here. Employers who fail to use the new form after May 7th for new hires may be fined up to $1,100.00 per violation. Employers may continue to use previously accepted versions of Form I-9 until May 7, 2013. According to the USCIS, employers are not required to complete a new Form I-9 for current employees if a properly completed Form I-9 is already on file.
If you have any questions about the new I-9 form, or other employment law questions, please contact Wendy Stryker at (212) 705 4838 or email@example.com; Gavin McElroy at (212) 826 5541 or firstname.lastname@example.org; or any other member of the Frankfurt Kurnit Executive Compensation and Employment Group.
Other Employment Law Alerts
Employers Must Implement NY HERO Act Safety Plans Now
On September 6, 2021, Governor Kathy Hochul designated COVID-19 as an airborne infectious disease under the HERO Act. This designation requires all employers to implement workplace safety plans that are in compliance with HERO Act standards. Read more.
September 8 2021
The Fast and the Furious: Four Major Developments in COVID-19 and Return-to-Work Protocols
In case you blinked, we covered four major developments that came out in the past week that every employer needs to know as they reopen their offices. Read more.
June 16 2021
Vac to Work: EEOC Provides New Guidance on Vaccine Requirements, Incentives, and Documentation Requests
On May 28, 2021, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission updated its ongoing guidance on COVID-related labor and employment rules, “What You Should Know about COVID-19 and the ADA, the Rehabilitation Act, and Other EEO Laws.” The updates provide crucial information for employers working through their return-to-work plans. Read more.
June 4 2021