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"IRCA Strategies for Employment Immigration: Hot Issues in I-9s, Hiring Discrimination, OSC, etc."

The part of our immigration system that impacts America most widely is the I-9 form. No other provision of our immigration law touches more employers than the I-9 form. No other immigration form impacts more people - both citizens and aliens. However, the deceptively simple I-9 Form hides complex underlying issues and procedures. There are currently hundreds of government officials who are employed full-time and exclusively for I-9 related enforcement. With the creation of BICE, with its 14,000 personnel devoted to interior enforcement, new government initiatives for employer-related enforcement are entirely possible. All employers, including those downsizing and reducing their workforce, are impacted by I-9s, witness the hundreds of thousands of "mismatch" letters sent out by the Social Security Administration this past year.

ILW.COM's seminar series "IRCA Strategies for Employment Immigration: Hot Issues in I-9s, Hiring Discrimination, OSC, etc." seeks to unravel the complexity surrounding I-9s and its related issues. Led by the head of the IRCA group at the largest immigration law firm in the country, it features distinguished government panel speakers, includinig representatives from OCAHO, INS General Counsel, and OSC. While aimed at immigration attorneys, this seminar series would also benefit in-house counsel and corporate HR personnel. See the links below for more on this informative and educational seminar.

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