Warning! Cookies must be enabled for proper operation of the website.
  • Order by Phone 1-800-333-3795
Welcome guests! | | Register
$0.00 (0 items in your cart)

Shop our products

Enter your email address

I-9 Employment Verification Forms

Each pack includes thorough instructions on how to complete the form

Item Type SKU Qty Price
Packs of 25 FRM-202 $19.95
Packs of 10 FRM-202-P10 $9.95

The Employment Eligibility Verification Form I-9 is an official publication from the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). This form is used to verify an employee’s identity and to also establish if a worker is eligible for employment in the United States. Once completed by a new hire, the I-9 form must be retained for 3 years from date of hire, or one year following termination (whichever is later).

In July 2017, the USCIS published a revised Form I-9 that employers must begin using for all new hires on or before Sept. 18, 2017.

The release of the new form creates an opportunity to ensure that existing I-9 forms on file for each employee are fully compliant. To guarantee full compliance, all employers must audit both their existing I-9 records and their employment eligibility verification process in order to detect and correct potential violations. This should be completed prior to implementing the new version of the Form I-9.

Changes to the form include:

  • Updating the name of the Office of Special Counsel for Immigration-Related Unfair Employment Practices to its new name, Immigrant and Employee Rights Section.
  • Physical and web addresses have been updated to match the new name.
  • The revised Form I-9 also removes ““the end of” from the phrase “the first day of employment.”
  • The new form also updates the list of acceptable documents by renumbering the List C documents and adding the Consular Report of Birth Abroad (Form FS-240) to List C.
  • The certifications of report of birth have been combined in List C.
  • These changes have been included in the revised Handbook for Employers: Guidance for Completing Form I-9 (M-274), which is now easier for users to navigate.

I-9 enforcement investigations have increased by nearly 1,100 percent since 2007. Effective January 2017, fines increased to $2,191 per violation. According to the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), the agency can inspect any business of any size at any time to determine compliance with I-9 requirements. The USCIS has stated that 76 percent of paper I-9s contain an error that could result in a fine from ICE.

Personnel Concepts offers the updated Form I-9 in packs of 10 and 25.

$19.95 InStock NewCondition

You May Also Need...

E-Verify Right-to-Work Notice PosterHR Compliance Training ManualHR Compliance Deadline Calendar
More InfoMore InfoMore Info