As of Jan. 22, 2017, all employers should now be using the new version of the Form I-9, released in November of last year by U.S. Citizen and Immigration Services. Correctly completing the document, used by employers across the nation to verify the identity and employment authorization of all new hires in the U.S., has always been an important federal requirement - but perhaps even more so now.
Remote employees tend to require their own process when it comes to onboarding.Ensure there are no gaps in your onboarding strategy with I-9 and iCIMS on your side.
President-elect Donald Trump repeatedly promised to crack down on immigration on the campaign trail, and now that he's mere months away from taking up residence in the White House, business owners are worried that crackdown could extend to them.
The newly revised version of the Form I-9 will soon be required for use by every U.S. employer. The current form will be acceptable for use until Jan. 21, 2017. After this date, all prior versions of the form, including the current version, will be invalid. To help employers prepare, I-9 Advantage will be hosting a complimentary webinar presented by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services – Department of Homeland Security, Program Manager & Analyst, David Basham and Sathab Abbo, Corporate Imm…
USCIS published the newly revised version of Form I-9, Employment Eligibility Verification today.
I-9 Advantage now leverages iCIMS' UNIFi platform to integrate their full suite of Form I-9 and E-Verify compliance solutions and features within the iCIMS Talent Platform to help companies streamline their onboarding and employment eligibility and verification processes. The integration between I-9 Advantage and iCIMS enables customers of both organizations to easily process, manage, and securely store electronic Form I-9s from a single web-based platform.