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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. E verify documents

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    The E-Verify system is only as good as the information collected, and the information on the 1-9 must be entered in E-Verify. Two documents that should be required reading and kept on hand: the Handbook for Employers: Instructions for Completing Form I-9, the June 1, 2011, revision and E-Verify User Manual for Employers (June 2013 is latest.

  5. E-Verify: - USCIS

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  6. Receipts | USCIS

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    An acceptable receipt is valid for a short period of time so you can complete Section 2 or Section 3 (reverification) of Form I-9, Employment Eligibility Verification. You cannot accept receipts if employment will last less than 3 days. You can only accept 3 types of receipts:

  7. Form I-9 Employment Eligibility Verification

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    Lists of Acceptable Documents • Use the most current Form I-9 version, 10/21/2019 • You must make the Lists of Acceptable Documents available to your EMPLOYEEs when they complete the Form I-9. The EMPLOYEE MUST provide: • One document from . List A (document that establishes both identity and employment authorization);or

  8. 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

  9. The Employee Onboarding Documents You Must Have - Workest

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    Acceptable forms of ID are listed on the form. Larger employers can sign up for the E-Verify system, which compares the information on Form I-9 with federal databases. (In some states, E-Verify is required for all employers, so check your state regulations.) *Employers must keep I-9 forms for three years after the date of hire, or one year ...

  10. Completing Your I-9: Human Resources - Northwestern University

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    Forms Use our forms repository to find and access required documents. HR Systems Access the systems myHR, Kronos, myHR Learn and E-Verify, and learn how to use them. Policies & Procedures Review employment policies and procedures impacting University staff. Coronavirus FAQ Answers to specific work-related coronavirus/COVID-19 questions.

  11. Careers « North Wind

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    Unless mandated by law or government contract, employers cannot require you to be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident or refuse any legally acceptable documents. If any of these things have happened to you, you may have a valid charge of discrimination that can be filed with OSC. Contact the OSC for assistance in your own language.