United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) once again issued a new Form I-9. Employers will be required to use the new version of the Form (dated 07/17/17) starting September 18, 2017. Employers may continue using the prior version of the Form
(dated 11/14/2016) for new hires until September 18, 2017. The new Form applies to new hires only; employers should not complete new Forms I-9 for current employees.
The new Form I-9 includes only minor changes, as outlined below:
• A Consular Report of Birth Abroad (Form FS-240) is now listed as an acceptable List C document.
• All certifications of report of birth issued by the Department of State (Form FS-545, Form DS-1350, and Form FS-240) are combined within selection C #2 in List C.
• The Form reflects the Office of Special Counsel for Immigration-Related Unfair Employment Practices’ new name, Immigrant and Employee Rights Section.
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GDT Events Results Event 205 / 6 February 2018 Click Here for the full report Explanatory Notes All information published on this page may be reproduced provided the user acknowledges Global Dairy Trade as the source. Quantity sold is the total quantity sold in a Trading Event across all products, contract periods and sellers. The quantity sold may be less than the minimum supply if the quantity bid on a product in the first bidding round was less than the minimum supply Minimum supply and maximum supply are
Kiwi dollar falls in subdued trading as US, China observe public holidays The New Zealand dollar has fallen in subdued trading with public holidays in the US and China as traders await this week’s dairy auction and minutes from the Reserve Bank of Australia’s last policy meeting. The kiwi traded at US73.71 cents as at 8am on Tuesday in Wellington from US73.98c late Monday The trade-weighted index dropped to 75.40 from 75.60……. READ MORE……. Kiwi dollar falls in subdued trading as US, China observe public holidays