As we reminded employers back in November, it is more important than ever for businesses to have an effective immigration compliance plan, which includes, at a minimum, a written I-9 policy, an audit response plan, and procedures for responding to information that may constitute constructive knowledge that a worker lacks proper work authorization. For more on the I-9 audit process and tips for how to respond to a Notice of Inspection, see our July 1, 2011 Modern Workplace blog post or visit our I-9 Compliance Audit Program web page. Having your immigration compliance house in order before ICE stops by is a worthwhile endeavor Scouts Honor.
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