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Subcontracting I-9 work won’t end your liability

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Q. We own a chain of restaurants. It has been a challenge for us to complete all of the I-9 forms and keep up with reverification of expired work authorizations. Is it legal for us to hire a company to handle these tasks for us? —A.M., Tennessee

A. Yes. According to the government's Handbook for Employers: Instructions for Completing Form I-9, you may use an outside company to assist you in completing the Form I-9. However, you'll still remain legally responsible for any errors.

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