&amp;lt;!–:en–&amp;gt;I-9 AUDITS TARGET 1,000 COMPANIES&amp;lt;!–:–&amp;gt;&amp;lt;!–:ja–&amp;gt;1,000社を対象としたI-9の監査 &amp;lt;!–:–&amp;gt;July 20, 2011
The Department of Homeland Security’s Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) recently informed 1,000 employers throughout the U.S. that ICE will audit their hiring records to determine compliance with employment eligibility verification laws. According to ICE notices of inspection were issued to employers of all sizes and in every state. Any employ receiving a notice of inspection from ICE generally has three days to gather all I-9 documents and related materials that are requested. Some of the typical documentation required in an audit include: (1) Original I-9 Forms for all current employees hired after November 6, 1986; (2) Original I-9 Forms for all terminated employees terminated within last 3 years; (3) A list of all current employees and terminated employees from last 3 years, containing SSNs, hire dates, termination dates; (4) Copies of quarterly wage and hour reports and/or payroll data for all employees noted above for the last four quarters; (5) Quarterly tax statements (IRS Form 941) for the last four quarters; (6) Business information, including: Employer Identification Number, Tax ID Number, owner’s SSN, owners address, email address and articles of incorporation; (7) and Copies of any and all correspondence from the Social Security Administration (SSA) to employer regarding mismatched or no match SSNs (“no-match letters”). 07-05-2011.