E-Verify Participation Poster Redesigned

Recently, E-Verify released a redesigned E-Verify poster. The new poster informs current and prospective employees of their legal rights, responsibilities, and protections in the employment eligibility verification process. As an … Read more

Should You Accept a Restricted Social Security Card for Form I-9?

You are completing Form I-9 for a new employee, and she has presented List B and C documents… a driver’s license and a Social Security card. But the SS card has info printed on it that you’ve never seen before. Here’s what you should do when a new hire presents a restricted Social Security card.

Correcting Errors on Form I-9

Employers may only correct errors made in Section 2 or Section 3 of Form I-9. If you discover an error in Section 1 of an employee’s Form I-9, you should ask … Read more

E-Verify Posters Display is a Requirement

All participants of E-Verify are required to clearly display the “Notice of E-Verify Participation” and “Right to Work” posters. Employers should display the posters in a place that is clearly … Read more

Where Do I Display the E-Verify Posters?

Upon enrollment, employers are required to clearly display the ‘Notice of E-Verify Participation’ and ‘Right to Work’ posters in all languages provided by DHS. Display the notices in a prominent place … Read more

Form I-9 and Receipts

Your employee may present a receipt for the application for the replacement of any List A, List B, or List C document. This receipt is valid for 90 days. When … Read more