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Verifying Employment Eligibility and Maintaining Immigration Records: Compliance in an Era of Heightened Government Scrutiny

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Date Published

October 22, 2020


Ohio Health Care Association


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All U.S. employers are required to verify the eligibility of their employees to work in the United States without regard to the employees’ country of birth and current immigration status. In addition, U. S. employers who hire foreign-born nationals utilizing work visas are also subject to site visits and document audits by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) and the Department of Labor (DOL). The goal of the session is to educate employers on the various documentation requirements they must comply with and how to prepare themselves for site visits and document audits, as well as what to do when an officer from USCIS or the DOL appears at their office and asks to see their records.


  1. Understand the employment verification requirements and how to complete them
  2. Understand all of the documentation which must be maintained for USCIS and the Department of Labor and various options for keeping these records
  3. Understand how to prepare for a site visit or document audit by USCIS or the DOL, conducting self-audits, and how to respond when an officer announces a visit

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Kelli L. Hayes

As a U.S. immigration attorney, Kelli focuses her practice on employment-based immigration assisting clients and their... Read More

Dwight D. Myfelt

As a U.S. immigration attorney, Dwight focuses his practice on employment-based immigration for corporate clients providing... Read More

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