Have you read about AB 450, California’s new law limiting employers’ cooperation with federal immigration enforcement?  Well, you should. Our recent article about the law is here.  The Division of Labor Standards Enforcement has issued some FAQs here. 

The law, among other things, requires employers to give employees advance notice of I-9 and other federal immigration inspections. The statute directed the state Labor Commissioner’s office (the DLSE) to prepare a template notice. 

The DLSE has prepared the template, which you can find here.  The notice must be issued in the language the employer usually uses to communicate employment information to employees.