Andrea Hellrigel, Suffolk Law Student and Summer Associate
The option for remote work has become a new normal for many companies. With employees working throughout the country, sometimes thousands of miles away from a company’s human resources department, employers face new challenges complying with in-person requirements during the onboarding process. This is especially so, since the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) recently announced that as of July 31, 2023, temporary COVID-19 accommodations for Form I-9, which had excused employers from conducting inspections of I-9 documents in person, will expire.
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