Audit Workshop Part I: Defending an Employer in I-9 Investigation-Downloadable

Audit Workshop Part I: Defending an Employer in I-9 Investigation-Downloadable

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Audit Workshop Part I – Defending an Employer in an I-9 Investigation

This 90 minute web seminar was originally presented May 11, 2010.

In Part I of this two-part audit workshop series, the panel will take the practitioner step-by-step through the administrative process of defending an employer in an I-9 investigation. The panelists will answer your most pressing questions from pre-audit steps that can be taken to reduce the risk of liability, to post-audit review before the Office of the Chief Administrative Hearing Officer.

  • Brushing Up on the Law—The Latest Policy Memoranda, Key OCAHO Cases
  • The I-9 Notice of Inspection, Subpoena and Enforceability
  • Responding to Notices of Intent to Fine
  • Responding to Notices of Technical Deficiencies and Suspect Documents
  • Taking the Case to OCAHO—Practice and Procedure

AILA has not applied for and is not administering CLE credit for this OnDemand program. However, CLE self-study credit may be available in your jurisdiction. Please check your jurisdiction’s CLE rules on the AILA CLE Center for more information.


Josie Gonzalez (dl), AILA Board of Governors, Pasadena, CA

Josie Gonzalez is the managing partner of Gonzalez & Harris in Pasadena, California and a graduate of U.C. Berkeley. She recently represented a major corporation facing federal criminal charges for hiring undocumented workers. She developed the company's immigration corporate compliance program that was described by the sentencing judge as an A+ program resulting in the client's receipt of a probationary sentence. She currently chairs the American Immigration Lawyer's Association Worksite Enforcement Committee and is the editor of AILA's Worksite Enforcement Manual.

Ann Allott, Centennial, CO

Ann Allott practices immigration law at her law firm in Centennial, Colorado. Ms. Allott earned her J.D. from the University of Colorado School of Law in 1965. She is the recipient of numerous awards including the AILA Colorado chapter’s career service award for contributions to immigration law. Ms. Allott has maintained an AV rating with Martindale-Hubbell since its inception, is named in the Bar Registry of Eminent Lawyers, and was named in Super Lawyers and Best Lawyers in Colorado in 2009. She is an author of Immigration Enforcement: I-9 Compliance Handbook published by LexisNexis.

Richard A. Gump, Jr, Dallas, TX

Richard A. Gump, Jr. is the shareholder of the Law Offices of Richard A. Gump, Jr. Mr. Gump graduated from the University of Texas, School of Law, and has been practicing business and employment-related immigration law for more than 37 years. He is a member of AILA, past chair of the AILA Texas Chapter and Compliance Audit Standards Committee, past chair of the AILA Texas Service Center Liaison Committee, and is a planning committee member of University of Texas’ Immigration and Nationality Law Conference. Mr. Gump handled the first employer sanctions case filed in the southwestern United States under the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986, and was co-counsel in one of the largest civil/criminal settlements in worksite compliance history.

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