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Don’t Discard That Expired Form Just Yet

You may or may not have noticed that Form I-9, Employment Eligibility Verification, expired August 31, 2019. You should be checking the expiration date in the top right corner to make sure you’re using the current version of the form. Use of an outdated form can result in fines. Fear not, at least for now. United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has advised that employers should continue to use the expired Form I-9 until further notice. Updates will be released on I-9 Central, and we will be sure to let you know when a new form is released and about any significant changes. 

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Laurie M. Riley, Jones Walker, civil rights attorney, employment related litigation lawyer

Laurie Riley defends employers in civil rights and other employment-related litigation, including litigation under federal laws, such as Title VII, the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Family and Medical Leave Act, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, the Fair Labor Standards Act, and their state law counterparts. She has also represented employers in class action cases involving allegations of institutional discrimination in terms of promotion, discipline, compensation, and termination. Ms. Riley also represents employers involved in administrative proceedings...

Mary Ellen Jordan, Jones Walker, civil rights lawyer, immigration attorney
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Mary Ellen Jordan represents and counsels employers in civil rights, immigration, and other employment-related matters.