The Society for Human Resource Management-CNMI Chapter will be holding a special meeting on Thursday, March 8, featuring community relations officer Kamana Mathur of USCIS Pacific District.
This meeting will offer an opportunity to members to receive training from Mathur on how to properly complete the Form I-9 and a discussion of the documents that can be accepted as part of the Form I-9 process.
Highlights of the presentation will include:
-How to properly complete each section of the Form I-9
-Proper re-verification procedures
-How to make corrections to the Form I-9
-Proper procedures for accepting documents in the Form I-9 process
-Procedures to avoid allegations of discrimination in the Form I-9 process
-Helpful online resources
Mathur’s position involves meeting members of the community and providing them with immigration related information and taking back issues presented by the community to USCIS leadership to be appropriately addressed.
Prior to joining USCIS, Kamana practiced immigration law in Pittsburgh, and taught at Chatham and Carnegie Mellon universities.
She also served as a foreign service officer and U.S. diplomat with the Department of State.
Mathur was born in India and is an immigrant herself.
Mathur will provide an opportunity for questions.
The SHRM meeting will be held at the Pacific Islands Club Saipan’s Charley’s, from 11:30am to 2pm. The public invited to attend. SHRM members are urged to come out and gain some worthwhile tips regarding the I-9 form process.
Attendance is recommended for HR managers and anyone who is responsible for completing the Form I-9, as well as managers or business owners that have responsibility for business compliance.
The presentation includes the PIC lunch buffet at the cost of $20 for SHRM members and $30 for non-members. Seats are limited, so reserve your seat by contacting Penny Jones by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or Denise Montenegro at email@example.com or by telephone at 323-5867/68.
As the local chapter of the world’s largest organization for human resource practitioners, the CNMI SHRM holds regular monthly and special meetings. The CNMI chapter has been active since 1996.
SHRM is the world’s largest association devoted to human resource management. (SHRM)
MD: USCIS’ Mathur at SHRM meeting
KW: Society for Human Resource Management-CNMI Chapter, Kamana Mathur, USCIS