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Employers Advised to Continue Use of Current Form I-9 Until Further Notice

08.01.12

Employers should continue to use the current Form I-9, despite its August 31, 2012 expiration date, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services announced today. The 08/31/12 expiration date, or OMB date, is located in the upper right corner of the Form I-9. This date is separate from the version date of the Form I-9, which is located in the lower right corner. The most current version, and the version that employers should be using, is 08/07/09. 

U.S. CIS has been working on a new, two-page Form I-9. That version is not yet final and is expected to result in several substantive changes. Employers should continue using the Form I-9 that is dated 08/07/09 in the lower right corner of Form I-9, and is available at no cost at www.uscis.gov/forms.

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