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April 16, 2014

Form I-9 Does Not Expire

On August 13, 2012, United States Citizenship and Immigration Services ("USCIS") announced that until further notice, employers should continue using the current Form I-9 despite the 08/31/2012 OMB control number expiration date.  Employers must complete Form I-9 for all new hires to verify identity and authorization to work in the United States. USCIS continues to review the proposed changes to the new version of the Form I-9 and will issue an announcement when finalized and issued. We will provide updates about the new Form I-9 as available.

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Kimberly A. Clarke, Varnum Law Firm, Immigration Attorney
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Kim focuses her practice on immigration matters, including nonimmigrant petitions, both employment- and family-based permanent residence applications, expatriation and foreign visa issues. She has developed expertise in the area of worker verification issues and managed clients through internal and agency Form I-9 audits, USICE compliance investigations and civil criminal charges.

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Nina A. Thekdi, Varnum Law Firm, Immigration Attorney
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Nina focuses her practice on immigration matters, including nonimmigrant visa petitions and both family and employment-based permanent residence petitions. She is a member of Varnum's Labor and Employment practice group.

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Luis E. Avila, Labor Employment Attorney, Varnum Law Firm
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Luis focuses his practice on labor, employment and immigration issues. Luis has a wide range of experience in traditional labor matters, including grievances, arbitrations, collective bargaining negotiations, union drives, and matters in front of the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) and the Michigan Employment Relations Commission (MERC). Luis has counseled employers on a number of workplace matters, including effective employee handbooks and policies, disciplinary and dispute resolution procedures, discrimination, disability accommodation, wage-hour matters, family medical leave, and...

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