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In early May, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) announced that employers will have 30 days to comply with standard Form I-9 requirements after the COVID-19 flexibilities sunset July 31, 2023. A temporary policy has allowed employers to review employees’ identity and employment authorization documents without employees’ physical presence.
With this policy expiring, employers are left wondering how they should respond to remain compliant. Experian Employer Services I-9 experts, Gordon Middleton and Vijay Thakkar, will provide a comprehensive overview on the announcement and its impact for employers, including next steps you should take to reduce your risk of penalties when standard requirements resume. Watch their webinar for detailed answers to the most common questions you might have about this news so your organization can stay ahead and be prepared.
Sr. Product Intelligence Analyst
I-9 & E-Verify Compliance Expert
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