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  2. Form I-9 Acceptable Documents | USCIS

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    The documents on List A show both identity and employment authorization. Employees presenting an acceptable List A document should not be asked to present any other document. Some List A documents are in fact a combination of 2 or more documents. In these cases, the documents presented together count as one List A document.

  3. Exemptions and Exceptions - E-Verify

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    The E-Verify federal contractor rule generally requires use of E-Verify for all new employees, regardless of whether they are assigned to a federal contract. The following organizations, however, awarded a federal contract that includes the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) E-Verify clause are only required to use E-Verify for new hires and existing non-exempt employees who are working ...

  4. Documents that Establish Identity . 1. Driver's license or ID card issued by a State or outlying possession of the United States provided it contains a photograph or information such as name, date of birth, gender, height, eye color, and address 2. ID card issued by federal, state or local government agencies or entities,

  5. E-Verify Quick Reference Guide for Employers

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    When the employee provides the actual document for which the receipt was presented, or other Form I-9 documentation from the List of Acceptable documents, the employer must update the employee’s Form I-9 and then create a case in E-Verify for the employee.

  6. Combination Documents | USCIS

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    J-1 exchange visitors receive several documents related to their program. For Form I-9 purposes, the following documents are considered a List A document, showing both identity and employment authorization: An unexpired foreign passport; Form I-94 indicating J-1 nonimmigrant status; and; Form DS-2019 with the responsible officer’s endorsement.

  7. E-Verify: - USCIS

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    Web site created using create-react-app Official Website of the Department of Homeland Security

  8. Form I-9 Lists of Acceptable Documents: List A, List B and ...

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    List of Acceptable Documents. The employee must present and the employer must review the empoyee's evidence of both identity and wotk authorization. Some documents eastablish bot dentity and work authorization--the are List A documents. Other documents eastbalish only identity--List B documents.

  9. State E-Verify Action - National Conference of State Legislatures

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    State/local agencies and contractors required to use E-Verify. Public works contractors required to use E-Verify. Louisiana. H 342 . H 646 . H 996. 2011 . 2011 . 2012. All state contractors must participate in E-Verify under penalty of contract cancellation and ineligibility for 3 years. Private employers must either use E-Verify or retain work ...

  10. Form I-9 - Wikipedia

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    A variety of documents are acceptable. The prospective employee must provide either: One document that establishes both identity and employment eligibility (on List A on the I-9) One document that establishes identity (on List B) together with another document that establishes employment eligibility (on List C). All documents must be unexpired

  11. Form I-9, Employment U.S. Citizenship and Immigration ...

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    Electronic Employment Eligibility Verification Program (E-Verify). The employer is responsible for ensuring that Section 1 is timely and properly completed. 1. Document title; 2. Issuing authority; 3. Document number; 4. Expiration date, if any; and . 5. The date employment begins. Employers must sign and date the certification in . Section 2.