|Release Date: 05/16/2022|
|Online Course||6 Modules||Yes|
The AILA Worksite Enforcement Online Course is designed to provide a comprehensive review of worksite enforcement issues to those who are new or are eager to learn more about this practice area. It covers the basics but also several intermediate topics, and additionally offers an in-depth look at how to effectively advise clients. This includes how to advise clients on the I-9 form and acceptable documents (including all of the COVID exceptions), the connection and strategies of E-Verify, how to manage an ICE audit, how to conduct internal audits, DOJ challenges and concerns within worksite and various other topics such as immigration policies and M&A. If you are new to the field or represent employers and would like to learn compliance and enforcement practices that have worked for expert practitioners, this course is for you!
Registration Disclaimer: Participation in this AILA online course is solely restricted to AILA members, government, and nonmember attorneys. Non-attorney attendance is limited to employees of AILA members in good standing, HR professionals who have an AILA member reference, employees of accredited educational institutions providing support to international student and scholar services at their employing institutions, and accredited representatives under 8 CFR §292.2. AILA does not permit course participation by persons who provide representation without authorization in violation of 8 CFR §292.1, such as for-profit "immigration consultants" and “notarios.”
This product contains online content available through our online learning platform, AILA University, for one year from the date of purchase. Refund Policy: All online content purchases are final. They are not eligible for return/refund.
AILA has filed for CLE credits in appropriate jurisdictions. Eligible participants can receive up to 16.8 total credits (including 1.6 ethics credits) in 50-minute jurisdictions and up to 14 total credits (including 1 ethics credit) in 60-minute jurisdictions. To receive CLE credit, attorneys must record their attendance using the CLE code provided at the end of the program via webCLE.