Corporate Compliance

Strategies for maintaining U.S. government reporting and filing requirements.

Ensuring compliance with federal law and government agencies such as U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) and the Department of Labor (DOL) is critical for any organization with a global workforce. Given the increase in government site visits and immigration enforcement, maintaining thorough and accurate documentation related to employee work authorization and working conditions is crucial.

ILG has a dedicated compliance team that offers auditing, legal support, and investigative services for our clients. We devise company-specific strategies to ensure compliance with I-9's, Labor Condition Applications (LCAs), record keeping, and all other aspects of corporate immigration. ILG also represents companies facing audits and immigration-related litigation. With our knowledge and experience, rest assured that your organization will be in full compliance with all immigration rules.

Contact our office today to discuss your corporate needs. We look forward to hearing from you.



What is the I-9?

The I-9 form is used to verify the identity and employment authorization for newly hired employees. All employers are required to ensure a form I-9 is completed for each employee within 3 days of their first day on the job. In addition to providing identification information, employees must provide supplemental proof of their identity and work authorization via a list of acceptable documents.

What is E-Verify?

E-Verify is an internet-based program that compares information from Form I-9 to government records to provide additional confirmation of employment eligibility. The E-Verify program is voluntary, however the F-1 STEM OPT program requires that students work for employers who participate in the E-Verify program.

What is a Public Access File?

The H-1B, H-1B1, and E-3 programs require employers to make certain information concerning the positions filled by H-1B and E-3 workers available to the public. Each position (or group of similar positions reflected on a single LCA) must have a Public Access File (PAF) which contains a copy of the certified LCA, the actual wage to be paid to the employee and description of the system used to determine the wage, prevailing wage information, any union documentation, and the notice of filing of the LCA. The employer must keep the PAF available for 1 year after the individual ceases employment, or 1 year from expiration should no employees utilize the LCA.

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