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Ask the attorney: I-9 storage, exempt employees and alcohol in the workplace

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Nancy Delogu

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Expert employment law attorney, Nancy Delogu, answers human resource and management's legal questions about exempt employees, I-9s and alcohol in the workplace.

How should we store I-9s?

Q: “It is strongly suggested that federal Form I-9s be kept in a separate folder. If that is the case, do you have to have an individual folder for each I-9, or can all I-9s be in the same folder?” –Cindy, Ohio

A: The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) recommends that Forms I-9 and supporting documentation, if kept, be stored apart from personnel records in order to facilitate an audit or inspection. This allows you to keep separate related personnel records that need not be produced and which you would likely prefer to keep private.

If USCIS asks to review your Forms I-9, you must produce them within three business days. There is no reason that the records cannot be kept together; however, do take steps to...(register to read more)

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