I-9 ACTION DUE DATES: Important Dates to add to your calendar when you receive a Notice of Investigation (NOI) from ICE
I-9 ACTION DUE DATES:
Important Dates to add to your calendar when you receive a Notice of Investigation (NOI) from ICE.
1. I-9 FORMS:
Section 1: by the end of the employee’s FIRST day of work for pay
Section 2: by the end of the employee’s THIRD day if work for pay
2. I-9 RETENTION
3 years from the date of work for pay -or- 1 year after the employee is terminated
- Procedural and Technical Errors: 10 business days
- Substantive Errors: no grace period
- No-Match Social Security Letters:
- Notice of Discrepancy: must send additional documentation within the timeframe on the notice
- Notice of Suspect Documents: Normally gives employer time to demonstrate the employee has work authorization
- Notice of Unauthorized Alien: if employee can not provide documentation, the employee must be terminated immediately
- Notice of Intent to Fine: to avoid a final order: 30 Days from the date of the NIF Issuance
Add 5 days to response time if the NIF was sent via the US Postal Service.
If you don’t request a hearing within 30 Days, a Final Order imposing fines will be issued after 45 days.
- Request for Administrative Review: must be filed within 10 days of the Administrative Law Judge’s Final Order
- OCAHO has 30 days from the date of the Final Order to Modify or Vacate the order
- Petition to Review to a US Court of Appeals must be filed 45 days from the final agency order
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