Is your documentation up to date? Are your procedures in compliance?

The U.S. Immigration Services has increased the number of enforcement actions against employers, and are assessing criminal as well as significant civil penalties for mistakes or improper documentation.

In addition to complying with federal I-9 requirements, Colorado employers must comply with the Colorado Employment Verification Law, and employers who fail to comply with the requirements of the law may face significant fines.

Both Colorado and Federal verification forms recently have been updated, so employers should switch to the new forms and should audit policies and procedures to make certain they are in compliance with both Federal and state laws, which may differ.  For example, unlike Federal law, Colorado requires employers to retain copies of employee’s identity and authorization documents.  More information can be found on the Home page of this website under the “Q & A” tab.

 

 

 

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