Best Practices for I-9 Audits
Created on April 23, 2019
Whether your client has been served with an HSI Audit Notice, a Notice of Suspect Documents or is conducting an in-house I-9 audit, there are a myriad of ways immigration and in-house practitioners can improve the process and impact the results. This program will discuss best practices for helping clients prepare their responses to I-9 audits, including communicating with government officials, management and employees; correcting and purging I-9s prior to submitting them for audit; and responding to Notices of Suspect Documents and Notices of Intent to Fine.
The program will also cover the significant guidance attorneys should be prepared to provide employer clients who are conducting in-house I-9 audits, to avoid running afoul of Employment-Related Immigration Discrimination prohibitions and ensuring that I-9 corrections are helpful and lawful.
- Discuss best practices when advising clients on I-9 issues
- Prepare responses to I-9 audits, Notices of Suspect Documents and Notices of Intent to Fine
- Advise clients on best practices for maintaining compliance when making I-9 corrections
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