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    Form I-9 & E-Verify: What’s New and What’s Important

    Date: January 31, 2020, 12:00pm – 1:00pm
    Alaska SHRM State Council
    Compliments of your Alaska SHRM State Council
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    Form I9 & E-Verify:
    What's New and What's Important

    During this presentation, we will review the Form I-9, discuss the most recent changes, and share relevant tips for completing the computer-fillable form. We will also discuss the E-Verify program, review the most important elements for employers to consider when using the program, and share tips and best practices for employers.

    Attendees should take away a better understanding of the Form I-9 and E-Verify, allowing them to adjust their business practices if necessary to be both in compliance and as efficient as possible.

    Jeanette Johnson - Management and Program Analyst, UCIS

    Jeanette Johnson - Management and Program Analyst, USCIS
    Jeanette Johnson is a Management and Program Analyst in the Outreach Branch of the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) Verification Division. As part of the Outreach Branch, Ms. Johnson provides guidance on programs supported by the Verification Division including E-Verify, Form I-9, and myE-Verify.

    Ms. Johnson joined the Outreach Branch after six years in the Los Angeles Verification Operation Center (LVOC). She began her tenure with LVOC as a status verifier providing verifications for both private and public sector stakeholders of the E-Verify and SAVE programs. She later became an analyst with Customer Contact Operations where she served as a subject-matter expert on Form I-9, and the E-Verify and SAVE programs.

    Ms. Johnson has a Bachelor of Science in Management from the University of South Carolina. She began her career in hotel management with Hyatt Hotels. She later served as a Peace Corps Volunteer providing rural public health education in the Republic of Kiribati. Following her Peace Corps service, Ms. Johnson was a Peace Corps Recruiter before eventually entering into service with USCIS.