How employers should handle the E-Verify shutdown

10/11/2013 | Chattanooga Times Free Press (Tenn.)

Employers should set aside I-9 forms for new employees and run them through E-Verify after the government shutdown ends, says lawyer David Whitlock, noting that employers should disregard language in federal law that discourages employers from checking existing workers with E-Verify. "I can't see anybody penalizing an employer for holding onto them and later running everybody through the system," Whitlock says.

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