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"The Law: New I-9 Form Shows More Changes May Be In Store For Employers"

Midlands Biz

March 19, 2013

David Dubberly and David Garrett are attorneys with the Nexsen Pruet Employment and Labor Law Group.  They can be reached at ddubberly@nexsenpruet.com and dgarrett@nexsenpruet.com

The March 19th, e-news blast from MidlandsBiz features "The Law: New I-9 Form Shows More Changes May Be In Store For Employers."

Nexsen Pruet Employment and Labor Law attorneys David Dubberly and David Garrett authored the piece, which details the "notable features of the revised Form I-9."  It begins:

On March 8, 2013, U.S. Citizen and Immigration Services (USCIS) published a new two-page version of Form I-9, together with six pages of instructions.  The new form will be required for use by all employers beginning May 7, 2013.  Until May 7, employers may continue to use the versions dated 08/07/09 and 02/02/09.  However, employers may also begin using the new form now.

 

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More than 25 attorneys practice in Nexsen Pruet's Employment and Labor Group. The team provides a comprehensive range of services including advice and counsel, training, and litigation of claims before administrative agencies and in state and federal courts.

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