Expired Form I-9 Still in Use Until Further Notice From USCIS

Aug 29, 2019

Published 8.19.2019

The most recent version of Form I-9 Employment Eligibility Verification has an expiration date of August 31, 2019. A new I-9 form version is in the works, but USCIS has not yet finalized or released it for use by employers. Until USCIS publishes the new Form I-9 version, employers must continue to timely and properly complete Form I-9 for all new hires by using the existing I-9 version (showing an issue date of 07/17/17 at the bottom and a 08/31/2019 expiration date at the top).

We will monitor any new I-9 form versions issued by USCIS and we will update this information as necessary.  You can find additional information about the I-9 process here. If you would like to learn about our firm’s I-9/E-Verify compliance assessment legal services , or if you have any questions related to I-9, E-Verify or other immigration topics, contact Raluca (Luca) Vais-Ottosen at (608) 252-9291 or or contact your existing DeWitt attorney.


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