Those with a keen eye will notice the March 31, 2016 expiration date listed in the top right corner of the current Form I-9. On March 28, the USCIS issued a notice instructing employers to continue using the existing form until further notice. The agency also announced that it was reopening comments for a proposed new version of the form, first introduced last November.
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