ICE Extends Remote Form I-9 Verification Policy through November 19

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By: Angelita Chavez-Halaka and Gladys Gervacio

US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has extended its remote Form I-9 document verification policy through November 19, 2020 to help employers cope with the COVID-19 pandemic. Under this policy, employers do not have to verify new Form I-9 employment eligibility documentation in the employee’s physical presence until November 19, 2020, or within three days of the COVID-19 national emergency’s end, whichever comes sooner.

This flexibility is only available to companies whose employees are working remotely due to the pandemic.


For help complying with Form I-9 or other US immigration requirements, please contact your trusted Chugh, LLP attorney.


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