Make sure you have policies and practices in place that will help you improve your compliance and avoid penalties and fines down the road.
Would you be ready if ICE came to audit your I-9 records today? All employers are required to meet stringent I-9 employment verification requirements, often coupled with additional E-Verify requirements, yet most are unknowingly making mistakes that could be quite costly. The good news is that those mistakes are preventable, and we can help you put policies and practices in place that will help you improve your compliance and avoid penalties and fines down the road. In this topic, we will cover basic and advanced I-9 requirements, when E-Verify is mandatory, whether you should use an electronic I-9 system, and how to ready your company for an I-9 audit. We will also discuss new developments in the I-9 world and how to review identity and employment authorization documents presented by employees. Finally, we will ensure you have the tools in place to stay in compliance moving forward so you can be confident if ICE comes knocking on your door.
Aimee L. Clark
Clark Immigration LLC
- Founder of Clark Immigration LLC
- Two decades of experience helping companies craft immigration plans for I-9 and E-Verify compliance as well as hiring and retaining foreign workers through work visas and permanent residence
- Conducts regular seminars and training on I-9 and E-Verify compliance across the U.S., as well as employment-based immigration including E visas based on investment, F-1 foreign students and J-1 trainees and exchange visitors, H-1B professionals, H-3 training programs, L-1 multinational transfers, O-1 individuals of extraordinary ability, R-1 religious workers, and TN professionals
- Served on government liaison committees with USCIS, ICE, and Department of Labor
- Recognized as one of America’s Leading Lawyers for Immigration Law by Chambers USA - Band 1, as a Georgia Super Lawyer, and in the Best Lawyers of America
- Currently serves on the board of the Georgia Association for Women Lawyers, previously chapter chair of the Atlanta Chapter of AILA, chair of the New Members Division of AILA, and board member of the Brazilian-American Chamber of Commerce of the Southeast
- Recipient of the GAIN Mentor of the Year award, AILA Sam Williamson Mentor award, and Atlanta Volunteer Lawyers Foundation pro bono award
- J.D. degree, Vanderbilt University Law School
- Can be contacted at 470-485-4664 or [email protected]
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