On-Demand Webinar

HSE Institute

I-9 Compliance: Best Practices in an Evolving Landscape


November 18, 2020
9:00 am - 10:00 am

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Harter Secrest & Emery LLP is pleased to invite you to I-9 Compliance: Best Practices in an Evolving Landscape, the final installation of our 2020 Immigration Law Webinar Series. This complimentary webinar, presented by our Immigration Practice Group, will provide you with the information you need to successfully hire and retain foreign nationals.

In our I-9 compliance update, we will discuss best practices to help human resource and other company personnel deal with evolving and common issues in the I-9 and onboarding process. This includes:

  • Avoiding discrimination
  • Frequent mistakes on the I-9 and how to fix them
  • Automatic work authorization extensions
  • Updates in I-9 documents
  • Remote I-9 completion
  • Basics of E-Verify
  • Pros and cons of E-Verify
  • Employer fines
  • Protecting employee information

New York State Continuing Legal Education (CLE) Credits1.0 Professional Practice – Transitional

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