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    The Real Deal on Form I-9

    Date: March 6, 2015, 12:00pm – 1:00pm
    Alaska SHRM State Council
    Compliments of your Alaska SHRM State Council
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    Pre-approved for one HRCI Credit and one SHRM PDC Credit

    This is not the ‘run of the mill I-9 presentation’. Even the most ‘seasoned’ I-9 professionals will walk from this 1 hour high energy conversation saying “I didn’t know that”!  We’ll discuss the changes in the revised Form I-9 and address many areas that include common mistakes made while completing the I-9, how you can complete an I-9, on a new hire, before they starting working for pay, that there ‘is’ more than one I-9 that can be used in the USA and where you can use it along with copying documents and what to do if you are missing an I-9.

    Participants will learn how to:

    • conduct employment eligibility verifications, via the Form I-9, correctly
    • avoid committing unfair work-related employment practices in regards to the Form I-9
    • locate a host of resources to assist in their employment eligibility verification processes via a thorough presentation and question & answer session

    Dave Basham

      Dave joined U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services in July 2008 following his retirement from the U.S. Army.  Dave was heavily involved in providing I-9 presentations in the Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands in 2009.  He currently serves as a national contact for ICE IMAGE Agents in regards to the Form I-9 and E-Verify.  His speaking engagements have included audiences ranging from elected officials, immigration attorneys to human resources and payroll professionals in over thirty six states and territories. In November, 2014, Dave was selected as the recipient of AR SHRM’s 2014 ‘Friend of HR’ award.  Additionally, in November, the AR SHRM State Council was awarded a Pinnacle award for the I-9 and E-Verify webinar series Dave conducted.  Dave’s military assignments were numerous in the Infantry arena. His military service decorations include the Legion of Merit. Dave and his wife, also retired U.S. Army, have four adult children and one ‘spoiled’ grand-daughter.  Dave’s originally from West Virginia but now makes his home in historic Virginia.