I-9 Self-Audit in 10 Steps or Less

recording I-9 Self-Audit in 10 Steps or Less

You Will Learn:

  • Step-by-step instructions for conducting an I-9 self-audit;
  • Which I-9 defects employers can cure, saving thousands of dollars in potential fines;
  • How to recognize thousands of dollars in savings in consultant/lawyer costs by performing the audit in-house
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Did you know ICE can give as little as 3 days notice before an I-9 inspection?

Frankly, that's not enough time to have all your documents in order.

Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) audits are on this rise and compliance penalties can be enormous! In fact, ICE pledged a 400 percent increase in workplace audits in 2018.

So, how do you reduce your exposure and correct any compliance issues before ICE comes knocking at your door?

Learning Objectives

Join seasoned I-9 experts, Karen Kett and Ellen Hoeppner, in this information-packed webinar to learn in 10 steps — or less — how to complete a successful I-9 self-audit.

  • Step by step instructions for conducting an I-9 self-audit
  • Which I-9 defects employers can cure themselves
  • How to recognize thousands in savings in consultant/lawyer costs by performing the audit in-house
  • How to ensure reverifications are completed on-time
  • How to develop the right retention filing system to purge I-9 forms you don’t need to keep any longer

Ensuring compliance isn’t easy, but it is achievable. Find out how a periodic review or “audit” of your I-9 forms can help to ensure your organization is in compliance with ICE.

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Bonus Material

Plus, you get—Complying with I-9 Requirements—a $247 value—absolutely FREE!

Jam-packed with compliance guidelines, this comprehensive, 138 page report provides easy-to-understand I-9 guidance, including:

• Why Employers Must Verify Employment Authorization and Identity of New Employees
• Completing Form I-9
• Photocopying and Retaining Form I-9
• Unlawful Discrimination and Penalties for Prohibited Practices
• Instructions for Recruiters and Referrers for a Fee
• Self-Audit Your Firm’s I-9 Forms
• E-Verify: The Web-based Verification Companion to Form I-9
• Q&A About Form I-9
• Acceptable Documents for Verifying Employment Authorization and Identity

So, don’t delay! Ensure compliance TODAY and get Complying with I-9 Requirements absolutely FREE! You save $247.00!

Learn in 10 Steps — or Less — How to Complete a Successful I-9 Self- Audit!

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Ellen E. Hoeppner
Ellen E. Hoeppner
Senior Attorney, Clark Hill PLC

Ellen E. Hoeppner is a Senior Attorney with the Labor & Employment Practice Group in Clark Hill’s Detroit Office. Ellen represents employers in all aspects of employment law.  She has defended employers in federal and state courts and before federal and state administrative agencies in matters involving employment discrimination, harassment, retaliatory discharge and wage and hour claims.

Karen M. Kett
Karen M. Kett
Senior Attorney, Clark Hill PLC

Karen M. Kett provides short and long-term planning for corporate sponsorship of all types of immigrant and nonimmigrant visas as well as counsels companies on immigration regulatory compliance as a Senior Attorney of the Clark Hill Immigration Practice Group in the firm’s Detroit office. Her immigration practice includes representation of companies of all sizes including Fortune 100 and 500 companies.

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