USCIS Form I-9 Authorized Representative
When companies onboard new employees, they are tasked with completing USCIS Form I-9 Employment Eligibility Verification. This form must be completed and filed for each worker hired, regardless of whether the person is a U.S. citizen or a non-citizen.
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What Is an I-9 Form?
The I-9 form, issued by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), verifies the identity and employment eligibility for employees hired in the U.S. The form is to be completed by both the employee and the employer (or authorized representative). As part of the process, the employee must present documents verifying his or her eligibility to work in the U.S., and the employer (or authorized representative) must physically examine these documents.
According to the USCIS Handbook for Employers, employers “may designate someone to fill out Forms I-9 for you, such as a personnel officer, foreman, agent, or anyone else acting on your behalf, such as a notary public.”
This Form I-9 does NOT require notarization.
I-9 is a federal form that helps the government identify and ensure only eligible workers hold jobs in the U.S. Companies must obtain a completed I-9 Form for each new hire.
All American companies that hire new workers must collect a completed I-9 Form and inspect the valid identification for each new employee. Companies can work with a designated service, named as an authorized representative, to complete the process.
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