COVID-19 has made an impact on every business in the U.S. and in turn, has affected our economy tremendously. The pandemic has forced businesses to shut their doors and resort to remote workforces just to stay afloat. Some businesses have even begun to consider maintaining these remote teams for long-term or permanent structure.

Unfortunately, these workforce changes have caused the federal government to serve a record number of I-9 audits, a part of the federal immigration regulatory process in which the identity and employment authorization of each of an organization’s employees are verified. In light of these audits, the federal government has issued guidelines and instructions on how to handle remote hires. But employers are finding these guidelines to be confusing and difficult to navigate. In this practical webinar, you will explore the ins-and-outs of the government’s I-9 audits and discuss strategies for when your organization is facing an audit.

Upon course completion, you will be able to:

  • Determine next steps for when your organization decides to keep the workforce remote
  • Deliver guidance on I-9 audits and virtual I-9s
  • Prepare for an I-9 audit
  • Anticipate I-9 compliance and E-Verify warning signs

This course is eligible for CLE, HRCI – Business, and SHRM credit. Please be sure to check the Credits tab prior to enrolling to confirm this course has been approved for CLE credit in your state.

Faculty Member
Amy Peck
Jackson Lewis P.C.

Amy L. Peck is a Principal in the Omaha, Nebraska, office of Jackson Lewis P.C. She dedicates her practice exclusively to immigration law and worksite compliance, and she is Co-Leader of the firm's Immigration Practice Group. Ms. Peck previously served as one of 21 Directors elected to the Board of Governors of the 14,000-member American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA). She previously served on the Board of Trustees of the American Immigration Council. Ms. Peck is a frequent speaker on worksite enforcement issues, and has recently been quoted in the The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal on employment and enforcement immigration issues.

CLE Credits (Law)

Credit Value Type Format
NALA - - Credit not available
NFPA - - Credit not available
AL 1.3 General
On-Demand/Recording
AK 1.25 General
On-Demand/Recording
AR Not Available General
On-Demand/Recording
AZ 1.25 General
On-Demand/Recording
CA 1.25 General
On-Demand/Recording
CO 1.5 General
On-Demand/Recording
CT 1.25 General
On-Demand/Recording
DE 1.3 General
On-Demand/Recording
FL 1.5 General
On-Demand/Recording
GA 1.3 General
On-Demand/Recording
HI 1.25 General
On-Demand/Recording
IA 1.25 General
On-Demand/Recording
ID 1.25 General
On-Demand/Recording
IL 1.25 General
On-Demand/Recording
IN 1.3 General
On-Demand/Recording
KS Not Available General
On-Demand/Recording
KY 1.25 General
On-Demand/Recording
LA 1.3 General
On-Demand/Recording
ME 1.25 General
On-Demand/Recording
MN 1.25 General
On-Demand/Recording
MO 1.5 General
On-Demand/Recording
MS Not Available General
On-Demand/Recording
MT 1.25 General
On-Demand/Recording
NC 1.25 General
On-Demand/Recording
ND 1.25 General
On-Demand/Recording
NE 1.25 General
On-Demand/Recording
NH 1.25 General
On-Demand/Recording
NJ 1.5 General
On-Demand/Recording
NM 1.2 General
On-Demand/Recording
NV 1 General
On-Demand/Recording
NY 1.5 General
On-Demand/Recording
OH 1.25 General
On-Demand/Recording
OK 1.5 General
On-Demand/Recording
OR 1.25 General
On-Demand/Recording
PA 1 General
On-Demand/Recording
RI 1.5 General
On-Demand/Recording
SC Not Available General
On-Demand/Recording
TN 1.25 General
On-Demand/Recording
TX 1.25 General
On-Demand/Recording
UT 1 General
On-Demand/Recording
VA - - Credit not available
VT 1.25 General
On-Demand/Recording
WA 1.25 Law and Legal Procedure
On-Demand/Recording
WI 1.5 General
On-Demand/Recording
WV 1.5 General
On-Demand/Recording
WY 1.25 General
On-Demand/Recording

In some CLE states, the course will be submitted to the bar after you register. If for any reason the course is not approved, we will fully refund your registration fee. If a state is listed on this course, then we are confident the course fits that state's standards and already is or will be approved for credit.

HR Credits

Credit Value Type Format
HRCI 1.25 Business
On-Demand/Recording
SHRM 1.25 General
On-Demand/Recording

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