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i-9 Employment Form


The I-9 form, officially called the Employment Eligibility Verification, is a document used in the United States to verify the identity and legal authorization to work of all new hires. It's mandated by the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986.

Both the employer and the employee have to fill out parts of the I-9 form. The employee fills out information like their name, address, and Social Security number, and attests to their eligibility to work in the US. They also need to show documents proving their identity and work authorization. The employer reviews these documents and verifies their authenticity.

We provide the service of being an independent authorized agent for the employer to verify the documents. We may only need to provide our information and sign the document. We may need to login the employer network and upload documents, or we may attend a orientation class with you at the time of verification. Usually there is no actual stamping required.

Here are some key things to know about the I-9 form:

  • It's required for all new hires in the US, regardless of citizenship status.

  • Employers must keep completed I-9 forms on file for a certain period of time.

  • There are penalties for employers who don't properly complete and retain I-9 forms.

You can find more information about the I-9 form on the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) website:

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