How Employers Can Ensure I-9 Forms Are Correct

Alaniz, Richard D.
March 2013
Roofing Contractor;Mar2013, Vol. 33 Issue 3, p18
Trade Publication
The article offers guidelines to help employers accomplish correct I-9 or Employment Eligibility Verification forms. It notes that I-9 forms must be completed within three days of an employee's starting work date and should be verified by the employer with additional documents such as passport, driver's license or Social Security card. The article advises employers to review and update I-9 completion procedures, and conduct random audits of all I-9 forms.


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