Another Revised Form I-9: Mostly Non-Substantive Changes, with One Puzzling Guidance Modification, and Employers Must Switch to a New Form for the Second Time This Year

Another Revised Form I-9: Mostly Non-Substantive Changes, with One Puzzling Guidance Modification, and Employers Must Switch to a New Form for the Second Time This Year

Aug 01, 2017

Client Alert

Brownstein Client Alert, August 1, 2017

Two weeks ago, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (“USCIS”) published a new revised Form I-9—the second to go into effect this year—which becomes mandatory as of September 18, 2017. Between now and September 18, employers may either use the new Form I-9 or continue using the prior version (revision date November 14, 2016). The Instructions have also been updated correspondingly.

To read the full alert, please click the PDF above.

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