Video – Employers: How to Survive an I-9 Audit – Part II
In this video,Carl Shusterman, a former INS Attorney (1976-82) who has assisted many employers in complying with I-9 audits over the past 30 years, provides advice to employers seeking to minimize their liability under the law.
Employers are required to complete an I-9 form for every person that they have hired after November 6, 1986. Periodically, the USCIS sends Notices of Inspection to employers to audit their I-9 forms. If the government finds that certain employees are not authorized to work for the employer, they must be terminated. If addition, if there is a finding that the employer committed any paperwork violations, or had either actual or “constructive” knowlege that undocumented workers were employed, the USCIS may impose civil fines and/or criminal penalties on the employer.
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We hope that our video answers many of your questions about the process.
Additional information is available on Part I of this video.
Employers may also wish to read Mr. Shusterman’s article “I-9 Audits: 7 Tips for Employers”