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Form I-9: What should I do if employee’s documentation has discrepancies?

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What's an employer to do when the documents an employee presents to prove work eligibility don't match up? Employment law attorney Nancy Delogu guides you through the process of determining where employer responsibilities stop and employee responsibilities start. Subscribers to the HR Specialist Premium Plus service can tap Delogu's expertise weekly, through the web site's members-only "Ask the Attorney" service.

Q. We have a new employee that provided a state-issued ID and a Social Security card as forms of identification for his I-9 Form. The employee’s middle initial on the S.S. card does not match the middle name on the state ID. I have had no luck contacting any one at U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services by phone and can not find an answer on the corresponding web site. Any help as to how to proceed would be greatly appreciated. — J.R., Michigan

A. Ensuring that new hires provide valid documentation to complete Fo...(register to read more)

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