This webinar will focus on two important subjects in Immigration Compliance, E-Verify and Georgia’s E-Verify law, and how to respond to Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) inspection of an employer. Concerning E-Verify, I will discuss the necessary steps in the E-Verify process and focus on Georgia’s enforcement of their mandatory E-Verify law. The second topic will cover ICE inspections and how an employer should respond to one. I will take you through the many steps of an ICE inspection and its aftermath, including the Notice of Inspection, Notice of Suspect Documents, Notice of Technical Errors, Notice of Intent to Fine, settlement negotiations and litigation before the Office of Chief Administrative Hearing Officer (OCAHO).
Speaker: Bruce Buchanan, Attorney, Siskind Susser, P.C.
Bruce E. Buchanan is an attorney at the Nashville and Atlanta offices of Siskind Susser, P.C. He represents employers in various aspects of immigration law, with a special emphasis on I-9 compliance and ICE inspections, as well as employment/labor law. Mr. Buchanan received his J.D. from the Vanderbilt University School of Law in 1982. He writes a blog on employer immigration compliance located at http://blogs.ilw.com/immigrationcompliance/ and is a guest blogger on similar issues for LawLogix, located at http://www.lawlogix.com/electronic-i9/. Mr. Buchanan served as senior trial specialist for the NLRB for 20 years before going into private practice in 2003. He served from 1991 to 2003 as Adjunct Professor at William H. Bowen UALR School of Law. Mr. Buchanan is past-chair of the Tennessee Bar Association's Immigration Law Section as well as the editor of the TBA's Immigration Law Section Newsletter. He is admitted to practice in Tennessee, Florida, and Arkansas.
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