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UPDATE: USCIS has released a revised Form I-9 as the one dated 08/07/09 has expired. The new form, expiring 3/31/2016, should be used immediately, but in any case, it must be used by May 7, 2013.
The Immigration Reform and Control Act (IRCA) requires employers and their new hires to complete a Form I-9 (Employment Eligibility Authorization Form) within three days of employment. This form establishes that the individual is eligible to work in the United States as a citizen, national, or legal immigrant. Penalties for I-9 violations range up to $1,100 per employee.
As a result, in early 2009 new regulations were put in place regarding the documents that can be used to verify employment eligibility. Then on April 3, 2009, a new I-9 was issued but has now been superseded by a revised 2013 I-9. The new form, with an expiration date of 3/31/2016, is included with pertinent Personnel Concepts 1-9 products such as our I-9 Compliance Kit.
Failure to comply with I-9 requirements can result in fines up $1,100 per employee.
Choose from our I-9 Compliance products, including pads of forms, applicant posters, and plain language compliance kits.