Complying with the Immigration Reform and Control Act (Form I-9)

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Tuesday October 26, 2021
Sponsored by:EANJ

The Form I-9 Employment Verification Form appears simple, yet the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has issued a 65-page handbook explaining how employers should go about executing it. Unsuspecting employers are often surprised to learn that failure to execute an I-9 properly can lead to steep fines, penalties, and even criminal liability. This live session provides a no-nonsense, practical training on what every employer must do to meet the federal government's requirements for employment verification. Participants will learn: Why I-9 Compliance is important; How to execute an I-9 properly; How to maintain, store, and destroy I-9 records. One way to avoid liability is to conduct an internal audit.

During this webinar we will spend some time talking about the appropriate protocols and parameters that an organization may want to implement in connection with a self-audit of the I-9 Forms.
This program will provide an overview of:

1.    Completing the Form I-9
2.    Employment Eligibility
3.    Reverification Process
4.    Retention of Form I-9
5.    Correcting Missing or Deficient Forms
6.    Employer violations and penalties
7.    COVID-19 Accommodations
8.    E-VERIFY program



David Nachman, Esq.
Nachman, Phulwani, Zimovcak (NPZ) Law Group, P.C

August “Scott” Dittemore
Management and Program Analyst
Engagement, Buffalo Verification Operations Center
Verification Division
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services

Eric Igneri
Special Agent                            
Homeland Security Investigations


Robin Ross, Esq.
Employers Association of New Jersey


HR, Managers and Supervisors

Location Information

This is a virtual event. 

Registration Fees:

$95 per person (EANJ Member)
$125 per person (Non-Member)

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