The USCIS has introduced a new I-9 form that will have to be used for new employees. While use is currently voluntary, it will be required from May onward.  No need to panic, however -- it does not have to be used for current employees, only those who are new, or return to the company after being away.

The form has more up-to-date formatting, although the information required is largely the same. The form comes with six pages of instructions, so it should be largely self-explanatory. If you need questions answered, though, give Bay Oak Law a call, or send an email to [email protected].