Anti-Discrimination Hiring Laws

Anti-Discrimination Hiring Laws
As the United States enters an intense season of attracting and processing new hires, it is critical for businesses to be vigilant in observing anti-discrimination hiring laws. Some employers wrongfully believe that such laws are geared more toward employers that sponsor visas to hire foreign workers, butRead more

Small Business and I-9 Compliance

Small Business and I-9 Compliance
Businesses nationwide have been expected to complete a Form I-9 for employees to ensure their eligibility to work in the U.S. since the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 has been in place. While this can be a bigger undertaking for larger businesses of one hundredRead more

2021 E-Verify Mandates

2021 E-Verify Mandates
All employers need to be aware of the revised 2021 E-Verify mandates to ensure compliance, especially if operating across state lines. Requirements are changing frequently and penalties for non-compliance can include monetary fines per violation and denial, suspension, or revocation of an employer’s business license. While notRead more

E-Verify Rolls Out New myUploads Feature

E-Verify Rolls Out New myUploads Feature
Resolving a U.S. Department of Homeland Security E-Verify Tentative Nonconfirmations (TNC) may now be a little more convenient as E-Verify announced their roll out of myUploads, a new feature that allows individuals to electronically upload images of required employment verification documents. The timing for myUploads is particularlyRead more

E-Verify to Delete Records Older Than 10 Years

E-Verify to Delete Records Older Than 10 Years
Since the passage of the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986, businesses have been mandated to verify the employment eligibility of new hires, and depending on each businesses state location and specific circumstances, they may be required to use E-Verify as well. Earlier this year, U.S.Read more