Webinar Training: The New Form I-9
The March 8, 2013 release of the new Form I-9 has brought with it new questions on the best way for Human Resources departments to handle this ever-so-complicated hiring requirement: What is that bar code box for? Which e-mail address should my employee provide? What's up with the new foreign passport requirement? For answers to these questions and more, PreCheck offered a complimentary Form I-9 Training Webinar on Thursday, April 25 featuring guest speaker Immigration Attorney Nicole ("Nici") A. Kersey, Managing Director at Kersey Immigration Compliance.
When: Thursday, April 25, 2013
Time: 2:00 PM EDT / 1:00 PM CDT / 11:00 AM PDT
A section-by-section breakdown of the changes to the Form I-9, hints and tips for proper I-9 completion, and recommendations for avoiding civil fines and criminal penalties.
What The Webinar Covered
- What has changed?
- What am I supposed to do with the passport fields in Section 1?
- Do I need to complete this form for all of my current employees?
- Laminated Social Security cards: to accept or not to accept?
- What do those spaces under List A mean?
- What should I do with the bar code box?
Presented by Nicole ("Nici") A. Kersey, Attorney and Managing Director at Kersey Immigration Compliance
Nicole A. ("Nici") Kersey is the Managing Director of Kersey Immigration Compliance, LLC. She is an attorney whose practice focuses on the Form I-9, E-Verify, and related immigration compliance issues. Ms. Kersey partners with law firms, businesses, and other employers to provide advice, project management, and consulting services to organizations of all sizes to help them avoid civil and criminal penalties, as well as ancillary damage to reputation, caused by weaknesses in their immigration-related hiring and record-keeping practices. She provides training, policies, and auditing services and represents employers during I-9 inspections and settlement negotiations.