Minnesota Promotional Marketing Company Liable for I-9 Violations

The Office of the Chief Administrative Hearing Officer (OCAHO) found International Packaging Inc., a Minnesota-based promotional marketing company liable for failing to prepare or present Forms I-9 for 21 of its employees and for substantive errors found in 73 Forms I-9. Form I-9 is used to confirm an employee’s identity and work authorization. Fines have… Continue reading Minnesota Promotional Marketing Company Liable for I-9 Violations

SAN ANTONIO BAKERY FINED 15K FOR 32 SUBSTANATIVE VIOLATIONS

Horno MSJ Ltd. Co. is a bakery in San Antonio, Texas which opened in March 2006. It is jointly owned by an elderly married couple. ICE served Horno with a Notice of Inspection (NOI) and subpoena on July 31, 2012. The inspection of the I-9s was scheduled for several days later. Horno presented 26 original… Continue reading SAN ANTONIO BAKERY FINED 15K FOR 32 SUBSTANATIVE VIOLATIONS

PACKAGING COMPANY FINED THOUSANDS FOR BACKDATING I-9s

OCAHO ordered a California-based Liberty Packaging Inc. to pay $12000 for acting in bad faith by backdating 18 I-9 forms following a NOI (Notice of Inspection). The fine was lowered from $17000 by an Administrative Law Judge because they were a small employer with no previous violations. Immigrations and Customs Enforcement became suspicious because markings… Continue reading PACKAGING COMPANY FINED THOUSANDS FOR BACKDATING I-9s