Some organizations may wonder
whether they still have to use a Form I-9 after being approved for
participating in the E-Verify program, and the
answer is yes.
A Form I-9 is never replaced
with E-Verify as the E-Verify program itself depends on a Form I-9 in order to
work in benefiting the employer.
Additionally, participating in the program is done under the requirements of
the Memorandum of Understanding
(MOU) with DHS and employers must ensure they not only use the program for each employee, but they use
it correctly. This begins by making sure that before submitting a case to E-Verify, a Form I-9 is
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