Form I-9

New Form I-9 Released

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has released a new version of Form I-9, Employment Eligibility Verification.

Background

Federal law requires employers to hire only individuals who may legally work in the United States--either U.S. citizens or foreign citizens who have the necessary authorization. To comply with the law, employers must verify the identity and employment authorization of each person they hire by completing and retaining Form I-9.

New Form I-9 Dates

The new Form I-9 is dated November 14, 2016 and has an expiration date of August 31, 2019. Employers may continue using a Form I-9 with a revision date of March 8, 2013 (or may use the new version) through January 21, 2017. Beginning January 22, 2017, however, employers must use only the new version.

Employers should also continue to follow existing storage and retention rules for all of their previously completed Forms I-9.

Note: The instructions for completing Form I-9 are now separate from the form.


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