In addition to providing training sessions for clients, the firm holds quarterly seminars on relevant topics along with a sexual harassment training session.
If you would like to register for a seminar or are interested in any of our other services, please contact Jessenia Narvaez at email@example.com, call 860-349-7010, or complete and return the registration form accessible below.
CT Exchange Certification Training For Brokers:
Beginning in July 2013, the firm is pleased to be one of the firms selected by Access Health CT, the Connecticut Healthcare Exchange, to provide training sessions for licensed brokers/agents to become certified to place business on the Exchange. Our certification program will cover topics in health care reform as required by the Exchange as well as bring the attendees up to date on the status of the Exchange’s operations.
We are pleased to offer these training sessions on several different dates at the Four Points in Meriden for the convenience of attendees. See Exchange Certification Training for more.
I-9 Mistakes and Immigration Law for HR
Tuesday, March 27th
(Rescheduled from March 8th due to Inclement Weather)
I-9 complaince has taken on increased improtance. Last month, Immigrations and Customs Enforcement (ICE) raided one hundred 7-Eleven convience stores and arrested 21 people as part of a crackdown on employers that hire undocumented workers or fail to comply with I-9 documentation requirements. ICE's acting director issued a directive to increase the level of worsite immigration enforcement by "four to five times".
In this program we will will look at I-9 requirements and the mistakes that get employers into trouble. We'll outline the basics of I-9 compliance such as whether to include the employee documents in your file and how to correct mistakes. We'll then go beyond the basics to address some of the problems in dealing with the employee who presents the immigration issue to your organization.
You'll also learn what every employer should know from a Connecticut immigration attorney, including the types of visas that allow people to work, what the "green card" means, and the pros, cons, and costs of an employer "sponsoring" an employee.
Among the special topics we will address will be:
The Basics of I-9 Compliance: Deadlines, Documentation, and Your Files
Employer Mistakes: The Penalties for MIssing Signatures, Dates, or Box Checkmarks
How to Properly Correct I-9 Errors
What to do When an Employee Comes to you with a New and Different Name and Documentation
Options for Re-Verifying Information or Updating Re-Hire Information in Section 3
Which Docuemtns are Required by the New I-9 for Verifying Identity and Work Eligibility
Strategies to Avoid Becoming Personally Liable for Signing the I-9
Visas and Certifications that Allow Work; Visas that Don't
Hiring Foreign Workers: The Labor Condition Application Process, Why is it Important
Sponsoring an Employee: the Costs, Time Involved, and the Process
Visa Overstays and teh Foreign Employee Who Didn't Work Out: Your Obligations
Robert D. Noonan, Esq. is th efounder of Robert Noonan & Associates. Bob's firm represents employers in employment law and employee benefit matters before state and federal agencies and courts.
Kevin L. Hoffkins, Esq. is the founder of The Law Offices of Kevin L. Hoffkins. Attorney Hoffkins has almost twenty years of experience in the field of immigration law. He has sucessfully represented clients in a number of areas of immigration law including employment0based petitions and removal cases.
Please contact: Jessenia Narvaez, Office Manager at Robert Noonan & Associates at 860-349-7010, ext. 1023, or firstname.lastname@example.org
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