Colorado repeals state employment verification law

June 14, 2016 0 COMMENTS

by Roger Tsai

Colorado employers soon will be relieved of their obligation to complete and maintain the state employment verification affirmation form aimed at ensuring that new hires are legally eligible for employment in the United States.

Governor John Hickenlooper signed the measure into law on June 8, and it will take effect August 10. The law also removes employers’ obligation to keep copies of documents provided by new hires to prove their identity and employment eligibility in support of the I-9 verification process.

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Colorado employers have new official employment verification form

September 23, 2014 0 COMMENTS

Colorado employers now have an official form from the state Division of Labor that should be used to verify that all employees hired after October 1 are legally eligible for employment.

Colorado law already requires all public and private employers to verify and document the legal employment status of all employees hired after January 1, 2007. That requirement must be completed within 20 days of hire and is in addition to the federal requirement of verification using Form I-9.

Employers can obtain the form and instructions at www.colorado.gov/cdle/evr.

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