How to verify employment eligibility
Background Checks Systems recently launched a direct integration with the Department of Homeland Security to immediately verify the employment eligibility of an applicant. This integration has been audited and certified by a third party company, CSC, to comply with the DHS specifications. This I-9 service works seamlessly inside our system making training, ordering and billing a breeze.
On top of the integration and electronic management process for any non-confirmations, our system offers the additional value of generating electronic I-9s and storing the originals with responses for audits as needed. Our streamlined process will make it easy and quick for an employer to fill out the forms correctly, consistently, and in compliance.
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Under the plan, which becomes effective March 27, the minimum penalty for willingly hiring an unauthorized worker would go from $275 to $375. The maximum penalty will jump from $2,200 to $3,200, and the maximum for multiple violations will increase from $11,000 to $16,000.