USCIS Asks for Comment on Proposed Changes to the Form I-9

Posted by: Accurate Background December 14, 2015

The USCIS announced on November 24, 2015 there will be a notice in the Federal Register of proposed changes to the Form I-9. The Federal Register will allow a 60-day public commenting period. During this time, employers can voice their opinion about the proposed changes. Some of the proposed changes can be found below:

  • Offering additional space for multiple preparers and translators
  • Section 1: only to require last names used rather than AKA
  • Streamlined certification for certain foreign nationals
  • Substantive amount of instruction

To submit a formal comment and view the notice, visit The Federal Register here.

The last day the Federal Register will accept comments is January 25, 2016.

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