Immigration Compliance and Avoiding I-9 Form Pitfalls
The Trump Administration has announced plans to quadruple the number of I-9 investigations for employers. Do you feel confident that you have an I-9 form completed for all of your employees and the forms are completed properly? Join as Alliance 2020 hosts immigration partner Davis Bae from Fisher Phillips for a January 17 webinar and a brief discussion on electronically filing I-9 forms: Immigration Compliance and Avoiding I-9 Form Pitfalls.
This webinar is designed to make you an expert on immigration compliance through tools, best practices and tips not covered by ICE.
• Working in the US and Employment Verification
• How to electronically file a form I-9
• How to properly complete a form I-9
• Discrimination traps in the I-9
• Common mistakes in I-9 preparation
• Storage and retention
• Spotting false documentation
• How to conduct an internal I-9 audit
Fisher Phillips is a national law firm committed to providing practical business solutions for employers’ workplace legal problems. Davis Bae is the Regional Managing Partner in the Seattle office, and is also Co-Chair of the National Fisher Phillips Immigration Practice Group. Davis focuses on providing effective immigration solutions for companies in the Pacific Northwest and throughout the United States. His clients are leaders in fields such as software, design, construction, manufacturing, utilities, fine arts, sports, international trade, and engineering.
Davis is a frequent speaker before business and employer associations, including the American Immigration Lawyers Association, the Washington State Bar Association, the National Association of General Contractors, and the Society of Human Resource Management. Davis has authored multiple articles for the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) on topics including Consular Processing, Labor Certification, Nonimmigrant Visas, and Practice Management.
This webinar will take place on January 17, 2017 at 11:00 am PT.
For questions, contact Kim Lyons at firstname.lastname@example.org or (503) 205-8088