Form I-9 07/17/2017 N must be used for all new hires and reverifications starting September 18, 2017.
U.S. immigration law requires all employers to complete and maintain an I-9, Employer Verification Eligibility, form for each U.S. employee hired on or after November 6, 1986. An employer must complete the Form I-9 every time it hires any person to perform labor or services in return for wages or other remuneration. To comply with the law, an employer must verify the identity and employment eligibility of each person hired, complete and retain the Form I-9 for each employee, and refrain from discriminating against individuals on the basis of national origin or citizenship.
Newest version of Form I-9 released July 17, 2017
USCIS released the 12th version of the Form I-9 on July, 17, 2017. Employers were given until September 18, 2017 to incorporate the new form into their on-boarding processes, but must use this form for all new hires and reverfications occurring on or after September 18, 2017.
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