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Employment eligibility & USCIS. PeopleG2’s Form I-9 Document Management System simplifies the submission of the form and prevents unintended errors.
As an employer your company is required to complete and store a completed I-9 form for every employee. In addition to verifying a candidate’s eligibility to work in the United States, this process can help prevent identity fraud. Failure to comply with this process, monitored by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), can result in an employer facing civil fines and criminal penalties, including jail time. In addition, the employer could be disbarred from government contracting.
PeopleG2’s Form I-9 Document Management System simplifies the submission of the form and prevents unintended errors. It also provides an audit trail to minimize risk.
Our process takes advantage of E-Verify, a post-hire program administered by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, USCIS, Verification Division, and the Social Security Administration. E-Verify enables employers to submit Form I-9 to determine whether or not the information matches government records — and whether the new hire is authorized to work in the United States.
Employers are not federally mandated to use E-Verify, but several cities and states have made it a mandatory practice. PeopleG2 is dedicated to providing program support, administering unparalleled customer service to both employers and workers. Our program helps facilitate employer compliance with U.S. immigration law.
Through our I-9/E-Verify Compliance system, PeopleG2 is fully integrated with and an approved Designated Agent of the Department of Homeland Security and the Social Security Administration to process I-9 employment verifications. Our proprietary Form I-9 Document Management System and software integration with E-Verify allows employers to quickly and accurately move from one step to the other in this important verification process to verify the employees legal right to work.