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California Immigration & I-9 Compliance Update: New AB 450 Obligations in Effect January 1, 2018 - On-Demand

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Learn how to comply with AB 450, California’s new employment law impacting on immigration and I-9 compliance.
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Additional information about California Immigration & I-9 Compliance Update: New AB 450 Obligations in Effect January 1, 2018 - On-Demand

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.

Just recently, the feds announced plans for a nationwide operation targeting a national food service chain over undocumented workers. The forthcoming ICE operation is the surest sign to date that the Trump administration is ramping up “worksite enforcement.”

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.

Use this in-depth rundown of your new obligations under AB 450.

You’ll learn:

  • 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 
  • And much more! 

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