Been a while — not sure “Roundup of White Collar News” is the catchy phrase we’re looking for after a month or so, but here we go:

  • Interesting explanation of the Carter Page FISA application over at Lawfare
  • The Attorney General announced the publication of the Cyber-Digital Task Force Report — Question: does anyone actually

Form I-9 Audits: Formally, an I-9 audit is called an Administrative Inspection.  It begins when ICE serves a Notice of Inspection to a company representative requesting a review of the company’s I-9 forms for every employee. ICE may only request I-9 forms and a list of current and past employees with their social security numbers. ICE may not request any personnel file that goes beyond this information. A Notice of inspection must be served at least three days before ICE conducts the audit. During this time, we recommend that the company make copies of all documentation it intends to provide to ICE and further recommend asking ICE if it will accept copies instead of original paperwork. The company is entitled to keep copies of the documents it provides in response to the Notice. Keep in mind that the Department of Labor may also request I-9 forms as part of their audit responsibilities.
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