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

More Reason to Quickly Process I-9s

A 35-year-old California metal finishing factory with 26 employees found itself at the receiving end of an ICE notice of Inspection and Notice of Intent to Fine in 2010 and 2011.  ICE asked for $25,525.50 (the maximum fine for the alleged violations was $28,600) for Anodizing Industries, Inc.’s (Anodizing) failure to timely complete I-9 forms… Continue reading More Reason to Quickly Process I-9s