By John Fay
The ending of the COVID-19 virtual Form I-9 verification flexibility rules is such a big deal that we can’t cover it in just one webinar!
You may have joined our webinar on May 11 called Virtual Form I-9 Flexibility is Coming to a Close (if not, check out the on-demand version here). That webinar covered the basics of the ruling, timelines, requirements, etc. We hosted another session focusing on the I-9 physical inspection process required with the change in policy, by far the biggest category of questions submitted during our previous event.
Virtual I-9 Changes Part 2: Completing the Physical Inspection
Here are some topics covered in part 2 of our webinar:
When do I need to complete a brand new I-9 for an existing employee?
What if the employee verified virtually no longer works for us?
What if the person verifying the I-9 in person isn’t the same person who verified it virtually?
Does the employee need to provide the same documents? What if they are lost or expired?
What do I need to keep copies of, if any?
What if we are fully remote? How can we get these completed in-person?
In addition to these topics, our subject matter expert John Fay again answered live questions from attendees. Time is ticking, so don’t miss your chance to learn more about the I-9 physical verification process so you can help your organization prepare for the deadline.
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