Apr
14
2020
Firm Event

 
HSE Institute


I-9 Compliance: Best Practices in an Evolving Landscape

2019-2020 Immigration Law Event Series

Location:
Harter Secrest & Emery LLP
50 Fountain Plaza
Buffalo, NY 14202

Date:
April 14, 2020
7:30 am - 9:00 am


Harter Secrest & Emery LLP is pleased to invite you to the third seminar in our 2019-2020 Immigration Law Roundtable Series. This complimentary four-part series, presented by our Immigration Practice Group, will provide you with the information you need to succefully hire and retain foreign nationals.

Seminar Three: I-9 Compliance: Best Practices in an Evolving Landscape

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

Space is limited. Parking available in Augspurger Ramp at 362 Pearl Street and parking will be validated.

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