Online Temporary Permit Applications
Effective Friday, all temporary liquor permits will need to be submitted to the department online. All temporary liquor permit applications will be reviewed and approved by liquor control online and the permit will now be sent electronically automatically via email to the permittee/applicant.Click Here to see a sample.
Please direct your clients to apply online using this link: https://elicense.ct.gov/ (our website has already been updated to reflect this change) Applicants will need to create an account using their email address and should follow the instructions to apply for a temporary liquor permit. We expect to continue receiving paper applications for a short time until all applicants are transitioned to our new online feature.
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2017 Age Statement Form
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Updated Form I-9
Beginning on January 22, 2017, employers must only use the revised Form I-9 version dated November 14, 2016. Overall, the revisions are designed to make it more
user-friendly and easier to complete online.
Some changes include:
• Informational prompts are included on the form;
• Employees only need to provide “other last names used” in Section 1, Employee Information and Attestation, rather than all “other names used”;
• The employee certification in Section 1 is streamlined for certain foreign nationals;
• There is an addendum page to enter multiple preparers and translators, when applicable; and
• In Section 2, Employer or Authorized Representative Review and Verification, there is a dedicated area to enter additional information that employers have previously been required to notate in the margins of the form.
Most importantly, however, the list of acceptable documents that the employee may present in order to establish identity and employment authorization has not changed.
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