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2023 - I-9 Compliance-ICE is Stepping Up Its Compliance Audits. Are You Prepared?



VenueOnline Event, USA - United States USA - United States

KeywordsI-9 Compliance-ICE; Compliance Audits


Topics/Call fo Papers

The I-9 Form is often described as the most complicated 2-page form ever created. What makes an I-9 inspection especially maddening is it does not matter if all your employees are authorized to work in the USA. What matters most to Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) is whether the I-9 form is filled out correctly.
In addition to increasing the number of inspections, ICE has also increased the fines for incorrect I-9 forms. The fines can range from $224 to $2,236 for each incorrect I-9 form depending on the percentage that is incorrect, and the number of times ICE has audited your I-9 forms. There can also be criminal charges filed against violators.
Recent I-9 Penalties issues by ICE:
Buffalo Transportation Company - $109,000 for not completing Section 2
Asplundh - $95 Million
Panda Express - $600,000
Florida Pizza Delivery Company, Pizzerias, LLC - $140,000
Don't let your company become a statistic.
Take the confusion out of the form.
Compliance is actually pretty easy, but the I-9 form looks complicated
The presenter has conducted hundreds of I-9 audits. The number of companies that were in compliance is a big fat ZERO.
The importance of understanding the requirements for completing I-9 Forms.
The importance of the timeliness of completing I-9 forms.
Determining best practices for Electronic Recordkeeping of I-9 Forms.
Developing a follow-up mechanism for temporary work authorizations.
The differences between E-Verify and I-9 record-keeping requirements.
Fines and penalties for non-compliance
Conducting our own I-9 Audit
Using the correct form
Penalties for not completing I-9s Correctly or in a Timely Manner
Determining if you want to use the "Smart" electronic I-9 or continue using paper and pen.
Completing I-9s for Remote Employees
Understanding I-9 Retention Requirements
Conducting an Internal Audit
Attaining Peace of Mind
Next Steps
Any and all employees responsible for completing the new employee sign-up, orientation, and onboarding.
Human Resources Professionals
Employees are required to sign up for the onboarding of new employees
Payroll administrators
Individuals responsible for maintaining personnel files

Last modified: 2023-03-10 21:17:53