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October 09, 2012
LawLogix Announces I-9 Mobile App
By Raju Shanbhag, TMCnet Contributor
These days, every employer seems to have an I-9 compliance issue with growing worksite investigations, rigid E-Verify laws, and the necessity to channelize HR operations. Sometimes called “America’s most complicated government form”, the I-9 is loaded with various rules that can become a trap for the unsuspecting employer. There are in excess of 80 common mistakes that can be made on the I-9 Form.
To help companies with this problem, LawLogix Group has introduced Guardian I-9 Mobile. According to the company, this new application helps human resource and hiring managers complete the Form I-9 without much of a stress.
Guardian I-9 Mobile offers a completely integrated solution to safely capture and upload I-9 supporting documents. Guardian I-9 Mobile can be used from the iPhone (News - Alert), iPad and Android platforms. Also, the Guardian customers will get this new app from LawLogix completely free of charge. This makes filling I-9 not only easy, it also makes it free.
“LawLogix has solved a fundamental challenge for employers struggling to comply with new and evolving I-9 and E-Verify rules,” said Dan Siciliano, co-founder of LawLogix. “With the addition of Guardian I-9 Mobile, LawLogix customers can now securely photograph and electronically retain I-9 supporting documents in a busy retail store, a remote office location, or any other place without the need to use a desktop computer. Achieving I-9 compliance just became a lot more convenient and accessible!”
In 2011, the company introduced its Immigration Mobile Application, which enables customers to safely have entry to important data points in their case management system.
Edited by Brooke Neuman
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