The New Form I-9: How It Affects You

May 2, 2013
Alka Bahal
Fox Rothschild LLP

Roseland, NJ/Simulcast

The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) issued a final version of the revised Form I-9 on March 8, 2013. The final form is available for immediate use but must be used exclusively by May 7, 2013. As a result of the revisions, the form has doubled in length and comes with a new set of expanded instructions (totaling nine pages). Join us for this seminar where we'll review and explain:

  • Changes in the New Form I-9
  • Changes in the I-9 Instructions
  • Revision to M-274: Handbook for Employers
  • Specifics about how to execute the I-9, under current rules
  • Penalties for non-compliance
  • How to deal with pitfalls in the process
  • How to develop a company-wide compliance program


Alka Bahal


This program will be presented live in our Roseland, NJ office and simulcast to our offices in:

Atlantic City, NJ
Blue Bell, PA
Denver, CO
Exton, PA
Las Vegas, NV Los Angeles, CA
New York, NY
Philadelphia, PA
Pittsburgh, PA
Princeton, NJ San Francisco, CA
Warrington, PA
Washington, DC
West Palm Beach, FL
Wilmington, DE


If you would like CLE credit, please include your bar admission(s) and attorney identification number(s).

  • California CLE 1 General
  • Colorado CLE 1 General (Pending)
  • Delaware CLE 1 General (Pending)
  • Florida CLE 1 General (Pending)
  • Nevada CLE 1 General (Pending)
  • New Jersey CLE 1.2 General
  • New York CLE (Reciprocal) 1.2 PP
  • Pennsylvania CLE 1 Substantive
  • Virginia CLE 1 General (Pending)

1 HRCI credit will be provided for HR professionals.


Click here to register for this program.

For more information please contact Adrienne Hope at [email protected]