I-9 Palooza! I-9 and Onboarding Thought Leadership

Join our I-9 Palooza event for I-9 and onboarding thought leadership from attorneys, government officials, and subject matter experts. Register today!

I-9 Palooza! 

Tuesday, April 4 through Thursday, April 13, 2023

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You might be thinking, “A whole Palooza about Form I-9?” Yes, that’s right, and we’ve thrown in other onboarding content to make it even more interesting. You can gain valuable insights from subject matter experts, attorneys, and government officials to help improve your I-9 and other onboarding outcomes.

There will be 8 sessions over 4 days so you can fit them into your busy schedule. Here is a sampling of our content:

  • Hot Off the Presses: Recent I-9 Updates and Best Practices 

    • Discover the critical changes made to I-9 in the past year such as updates to COVID-19 temporary policies and newly acceptable document combinations. 

  • Remote Onboarding: Check the Boxes AND Be More User-Friendly

    • Candidates are looking for more flexible, efficient, and user-friendly processes.

  • ICE Worksite Enforcement: I-9 Auditing Trends and Best Practices

    • Our panelists will talk through the latest from ICE about Form I-9 auditing including enforcement objectives and priorities, potential fines and penalties, and best practices for handling an investigation.

  • After Day 1: Keeping Up With Ongoing HR Requirements

    • Gain insights into best practices for helping keep your organization on track for meeting your requirements including delivering annual notices and tax forms.

  • E-Verify Updates: Staying Ahead of the Curve in 2023

    • Don't miss the opportunity to hear from The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) about recent E-Verify program enhancements, policy updates, and potential upcoming changes.

  • Beyond the Resume: The Importance of Verifying Your Candidate's Background

    • Discover the importance of candidate background verifications and what you could be missing.

  • Avoiding the Slippery Slope of I-9 Discrimination: Advice from the DOJ

    • Join the Immigration and Employee Rights (IER) division of the Department of Justice where you'll learn more about best practices regarding fair and non-discriminatory documentary practices with I-9 and E-Verify.

  • Ask the Experts: Your Burning Questions on I-9 and E-Verify Answered

    • An interactive panel with representatives from USCIS, IER and an attorney answering your specific questions.

There is no cost to attend this event. We are confident that what you learn will help you improve your processes and sharpen your focus on I-9, hiring, and onboarding. Click the link below to see the dates and times and register to attend whatever sessions are most relevant to you, or even better, attend them all! 

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About the Author

John Fay

Job Title: Director of Product Strategy

John Fay is an attorney and technologist with a deep applied knowledge of business immigration, I-9, and E-Verify rules and procedures. During his 20-plus-year career, he has worked closely with corporations, educational institutions, and government agencies on a variety of U.S. immigration and I-9/E-Verify issues, often in connection with the use of software and case management technology. He is a frequent speaker on corporate immigration compliance, presenting at various employment and immigration conferences throughout the U.S. During the past decade, he has spoken in more than 300 live and virtual presentations on I-9 and E-Verify topics, often serving as the moderator. He is also a prolific writer on both  I-9 and E-Verify, authoring more than 500 articles for human resources professionals and related associations.