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A Practitioner's Guide to the I-9 Form

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Produced on April 23, 2019

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Course Information

Time 62 minutes
Difficulty Beginner

Course Description

The I-9 form - byzantine and requiring significant attention to detail - is often the bane of a human resource department’s existence. For attorneys who advise business clients, providing helpful and timely advice on this difficult and error prone form can be a great way to supply additional value to clients.

This program will discuss I-9 basics, including best practices for completion, reverification, retention and training. The course will review I-9 error correction methods, how to legally communicate with employees regarding corrections, and the Department of Justice’s latest interpretations of the I-9 related anti-discrimination provisions.


Learning Objectives:

  1. Review I-9 basics, including common missteps
  2. Advise clients on best practices for completion
  3. Discuss current DOJ guidance


Credit Information

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Faculty

Valentine A. Brown

Duane Morris

Valentine A. Brown is a partner at Duane Morris LLP in the Employment, Labor, Benefits and Immigration Practice Group and is the Firm's Pro BonoPartner. She serves as global immigration law counsel to a diverse group of multi-national and domestic corporations and their employees, providing advice, compliance audits and representation to help navigate the intricacies of US and foreign immigration laws. Ms. Brown also represents individuals in all types of immigration proceedings, including persons of extraordinary ability; spouses, fiancées and children of US citizens; naturalization and political asylum applicants; as well as respondents in deportation and immigration appellate proceedings. She is also a member of the firm's Cuba Business Group.

Ms. Brown is an instructor for the Duane Morris Institute, which provides training in all areas of employment law for human resource professionals, in house counsel, benefits administrators and managers through classes in Philadelphia, client-site trainings and webinars. Ms. Brown's courses include, I-9 Compliance Basics; E-Verify for Everyone; E-Verify for Federal Contractors, Electronic I-9s: The Pros, the Cons and the Requirements; and H-1B Public Access Files: What Employers Need to Know.

Ms. Brown is a former law clerk to the Honorable John. J. Gossart, Executive Office for Immigration Review, Baltimore, Maryland, a magna cum laudegraduate of the University of Baltimore School of Law and a graduate of the University of Delaware. She is fluent in Spanish.

Ms. Brown's practice focuses on:

  • Inbound and Outbound Temporary Visa Petitions: Inbound U.S. Business Visitors (B); Investors (E); Specialty Workers (H-1B); Temporary Workers (H-2B); Trainees (H-3); Intra-company Transferees (L); Extraordinary Ability (O); Athletes and Entertainers (P); Religious Workers (R), Canadian and Mexican Professionals (TN). In reference to Outbound Visas, Ms. Brown works with expert local counsel in the outbound country to facilitate and streamline the visa process.
  • Permanent Residency Applications: Extraordinary Ability, Outstanding Researchers and Professors; Multinational Managers (EB-1) National Interest Waiver and Advanced Degree Professionals (EB-2); Skilled Workers and Professionals (EB-3) PERM Labor Certifications; Family Based Petitions in all categories, waivers and consular processing.
  • Corporate Immigration Compliance: I-9 Policies, compliance programs, training, audits, ICE investigations; E-Verify advice and counsel, training, compliance programs and risk/benefit analysis; electronic I-9 vendor reviews, training, implementation analysis and project management; sub-contractor certifications; merger and acquisition immigration compliance review, remediation and risk analysis.
  • Immigration Litigation: Representation of corporations in I-9 and immigration-related discrimination enforcement actions; representation of individuals in removal proceedings before the EOIR, BIA and federal courts of appeals.




Reviews

SK
Steven K.

Excellent basic adjunct to other immigration courses

JL
Jamie L.

excellent course

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