If you get a very convincing email from the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) about info on your employees’ I-9s, don’t follow the instructions.
The I-9 info request is the latest in a series of sophisticated scams targeting employers. And the scam appears to working.
As many HR pros know, employers aren’t required to submit Forms I-9 to the USCIS so such a request may raise some red flags for some folks. But the request is tripping up employers because the emails look very authentic. In fact, the emails actually come from a uscis.gov address. Plus, they