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    The Real Deal on Form I-9

    Date: November 17, 2017, 12:00pm – 1:00pm
    Alaska SHRM State Council
    Compliments of your Alaska SHRM State Council
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    The Real Deal on Form I-9

    This is not the 'run of the mill I-9 presentation'.  Even the most 'seasoned' I-9 professionals will walk away 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 start 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 to: 
    * Conduct employment eligibility verifications, via the Form I-9
    * Avoid committing unfair work-r

    elated employment practices in regards to the Form I-9
    * E-Verify System

    Meng Zhang, Management & Program Analyst, US Citizenship and Immigration Services 

    Meng Zhang is a Management and Program Analyst with the Outreach Branch of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), Verification Division in Los Angeles, CA. In her work as a Management and Program Analyst, Meng provides education and outreach to employers and the public on programs supported by the Verification Division including: E-Verify, Form I-9, and myE-Verify.

    Prior to joining USCIS, Meng was an Intelligence Analyst with Immigration and Customs Enforcement, Homeland Security Investigations. She was responsible for applying and modifying established intelligence practices in support of criminal investigations, preparing intelligence reports, evaluating incoming intelligence, and performing liaison functions with other organizations. Meng has also worked as an Investigator for the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). In this capacity, Meng investigated charges of discrimination and provided education about EEOC laws via community and media outreach.