Federal I-9 Compliance Poster
Alert your employees to the law regulating employment in the United States
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.
In 2006, the United States Congress considered legislation to reform existing immigration laws, clarify employer obligations with regard to the I-9, and increase penalties for non-compliance. The Bush Administration also took steps to increase enforcement of immigration laws as part of an ongoing homeland security initiative.
Our I-9 Compliance Poster notifies all employees and applicants of the I-9 process and is intended to demonstrate good-faith compliance with the IRCA (Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986) and related laws. It describes the employee’s obligation to provide proof of identify, explains record creation and retention requirements, and includes a statement that discrimination due to national origin or citizenship status is prohibited by law.
Includes the following information:
- An I-9 compliance statement
- A description of the I-9 completion process
- Types of information required to complete the I-9
- Employer obligations
- Employee obligations
- Record retention requirements
- USCIS anti-discrimination notice
8.5” x 11” two-color format
Bilingual text (English and Spanish)