Revised Form I-9 to be Rolled Out in January 2017

The August/September 2016 edition of E-Verify Connection – the Department of Homeland Security’s newsletter for employers – states that on August 25, 2016, the Office of Management and Budget approved a revised Form I-9, Employment Eligibility Verification.  U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services has until November 22, 2016, to publish a revised form.

According to E-Verify Connection, employers may continue using the current version of Form I-9 (Rev. 3/08/2013) until January 21, 2017, at which time they must begin using the latest revision.  After January 21, 2017, all previous versions of Form I-9 will be invalid.  Accordingly, employers will have 60 days to get familiar with the revised Form I-9 before they are required to use it.

If you have any questions about I-9 compliance, please call us.

About Susan Mitchell

Susan is a paralegal in the Labor, Employment and Employee Benefits Group. She routinely handles a broad range of labor and employment issues, and specializes, in discrimination law. She actively participates in the defense of discrimination claims, conducting fact gathering, interviewing witnesses, and drafting Position Statements and related pleadings, such as affidavits and discovery. Susan also conducts discrimination and harassment prevention training for both public and private employers. She is on the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination’s list of approved trainers. Susan served for a number of years as president of the Central Massachusetts Paralegal Association. She sits on the Advisory Board for Paralegal Studies at Assumption College and formerly served on the Paralegal Advisory Committee for Bay Path College. She is also an associate member of the Worcester County Bar Association. Susan has been a presenter at the MCLE Paralegal Conference, discussing the employer's perspective in preparing an MCAD case. She is a Notary Public. Susan attended Pennsylvania State University.
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