I-9 Verification In Texas
Form I-9 is the Employment Eligibility Verification Form that all employers are required to complete. This form is intended to verify the identity and employment authorization of all U.S. and foreign employees. If you have questions about your business’ compliance with I-9 or if you are an employee and concerned about your legal status, let us walk you through the verification process.
Retain An Immigration Lawyer Before Being Penalized
An I-9 Form forces an employer to verify that they have reviewed the proper documents to prove their employee’s identity and authorization to work in the U.S. An employer may be fined thousands of dollars for violating or failing I-9 verification for every individual that was knowingly hired without proper authorization. Criminal charges may even be filed against such employers if they are accused of harboring illegal aliens. The Zendeh Del Law Firm, PLLC, can help your company by coming up with a plan to bring your business up to code, auditing your employees, re-verifying I-9s, teaching your staff to comply with I-9 regulations and other means of making your company compliant. Jason Zendeh Del is ready to assist your company in dealing with the following I-9 issues:
- Worker employment eligibility
- Authenticity of worker documents
- Green card and social security card issues
- Retention and inspection of I-9 records
- Requirements for new owners of existing businesses
- Remote hires
We Can Protect You From Federal Punishments
As a business owner or an employee, you should not wait for the federal government to prosecute you for not complying with I-9 requirements. If you are a foreign worker, you could be deported for attempting to pass as a citizen or legal resident, and employers can be fined heavily for non-compliance. Before you are penalized, call Plano immigration lawyer Jason Zendeh Del, and he can work to ensure that you are in accordance with all I-9 statutes. Hire an experienced Plano immigration attorney to help with I-9 compliance by calling us today!