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Cisive formerly known as CARCO
 


April Holidays
  • Friday, April 2nd: Good Friday (Connecticut, Delaware, Hawaii, Indiana, Louisiana, North Carolina, North Dakota, New Jersey, Tennessee, Texas)
  • Friday, April 16th: Emancipation Day (DC)
  • Monday, April 19th: Patriot's Day (Maine, Massachusetts)
  • Wednesday, April 21st: San Jacinto Day (Texas)
  • Monday, April 26th: Confederate Memorial Day (Mississippi, Alabama, Florida; State Holiday-Georgia)
  • Friday April 30th: Arbor Day (Nebraska)
International
  • Tuesday, April 1st – Monday, April 5th: Holy Thursday, Good Friday, Easter Monday
  • Thursday, April 8th: Yom HaShoah (Australia, Canada, United Kingdom)
  • Tuesday, April 13th: Ramadan Start (Australia, Canada, United Kingdom), Chaitra Sukhladi (India)
  • Wednesday, April 14th: Mesadi/Vaisakhi (India)
  • Thursday, April 15th: Yom HaAtzmaut (Australia, Canada, United Kingdom), Bahag Bihu/Vaisakhadi (India)
  • Wednesday, April 21st: Rama Navami (India)
  • Monday, April 26th: ANZAC Day Observed (Australia, New Zealand), St. George’s Day (Canada)
  • Friday, April 30th: Lag B’Omer/Orthodox Good Friday (Australia, Canada, United Kingdom), Walpurgis Night (Sweden)

Delays and Closures

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COMPLIANCE UPDATES

I-9/E-VERIFY

The Department of Homeland Security has extended its flexibility regarding the requirement for employers to physically inspect documents presented for section 2 of the Form I-9, this time extending the flexibility until March 31, 2021.

Originally announced on March 19, 2020, and extended several times since then, this policy allows employers that are operating 100% remotely due to COVID-19, to defer the physical presence requirements associated with section 2 of the Form I-9 (if there are employees physically present at the work location, in-person document inspection is required).

Once normal operations resume, employees who were on-boarded during this time must report to their employer within three business days for in-person verification of the document(s) presented for section 2 of the Form I-9. Also, although the in-person requirement is currently waived if operating 100% remotely due to COVID-19, the Form I-9 must still be completed within three business days of hire. Read more.