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There has been an increased focus on immigration and employment in 2018. So much so, that the state of California has enacted the New California Immigration Worker Protection Act. This webinar will navigate the mistakes to avoid for employers in California and nationwide.Learn how to comply with AB 450, California's new employment law impacting on immigration and I-9 compliance. AB 450, California's Immigrant Worker Protection Act, goes into effect January 1. This new law bars Golden State employers from voluntarily allowing ICE access to the workplace without a judicial warrant. The law also requires employers to notify workers about specified immigration enforcement actions. (see full course description)

 

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Objectives of the Presentation

The latest, up-to-date requirements for I-9 and E-Verify compliance, both nationally and in California
New requirements under AB 450 in effect as of January 1, 2018
Common mistakes to avoid on I-9 completion
Legally acceptable ways to verify workers´ documentation
I-9 re-verification requirements for non-U.S. citizens and non-permanent residents
How to avoid legal trouble if ICE shows up and asks for voluntary access to your workplace
How to avoid legal problems if ICE requests access to employee records without a warrant
The importance of notifying staff about how these changes will affect them
Legal obligations to notify workers of I-9 inspections and the results of those inspections
Strategies for ensuring your workplace is prepared for a possible ICE audit

Why Should you Attend

California´s new law, Assembly Bill 450, signed by Governor Brown on October 5, and effective January 1, 2018, imposes several new immigration-related duties on California employers and the potential for civil fines. AB 450 will require employers to understand or seek guidance on where the new law ends and federal immigration law begins. Employers should:
Train field supervisors/receptionists/front office personnel and anyone else likely to interact with ICE on how to comply with AB 450
Review existing company policies to ensure they are in compliance with the new law
Consider drafting a company policy specifically dealing with ICE interactions
It´s important to train supervisors on how to handle different immigration-related situations, many of which can arise with little notice. Additionally, HR needs to keep track of the new required employee notifications. Penalties for failure to provide the notices required under the new law are $2,000 up to $5,000 for a first violation and $5,000 up to $10,000 for each subsequent violation. Join us for an in-depth rundown of your new obligations under AB 450.

Who will Benefit

Human resources professionals and managers, Compliance officers, New managers or supervisors, Business owners, CFOs, Payroll and accounting managers, Payroll processing professionals, E-Verify Users, Anyone responsible for completing I-9 forms for their companies, Immigration and labor attorneys, Management, Office Managers, Compliance officers, Owners, Attorneys, Human Resource Professionals

Seminar Summary:

There has been an increased focus on immigration and employment in 2018. So much so, that the state of California has enacted the New California Immigration Worker Protection Act. This webinar will navigate the mistakes to avoid for employers in California and nationwide.Learn how to comply with AB 450, California's new employment law impacting on immigration and I-9 compliance. AB 450, California's Immigrant Worker Protection Act, goes into effect January 1. This new law bars Golden State employers from voluntarily allowing ICE access to the workplace without a judicial warrant. The law also requires employers to notify workers about specified immigration enforcement actions. (see full course description)

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