The I-9 Form should be revised to permit an employee and the employer to write not only the Employee's Permanent Resident number, but the card number (from the back of the card), as well. E-Verify cannot be run without both numbers.
minors should able to fill out their own employment verification eligibility form 1-9 once the form is signed by a perparer or a translor in certification block of the form 1-9
Presenting your ID to an employer as proof that you are permit to work in the united state is good it prove that DHS and USCIS agencies is working to make Immigration system better by letting the employer verify the status of the employee whit USCIS for social security and income tax payment from the employee pay
on Tuesday may 7 2013 I took part in the USCIS session about the new 1-9 form. it seen that a lot of employor are in the dark about when they should use the 1-9 form. USCIS should hold a couple more sessions on the way the form should be used.
Let's make Form I-9 an online form (Section 1, at least). When matched with E-Verify, the paper form seems redundant and inefficient. There's too much data entry. The employee has to fill out the form, and the employer has to reenter the information into E-Verify. Let's cut out the middle man. Here's what I suggest: Make Section 1 available online. 1. The employer gives the employee a link to the form, and s/he fills... more »
With the new form, our remote employees are having difficulty understanding the use of an agent or a notary. Most cities have federal offices of some kind which could help completed these forms. I would also like to see the form changed so that column B and C are interchangeable. It is amazing how often document information is put in the wrong column and then we have to send it back and people get annoyed to have... more »
Add a space on Form I-9 for the E-Verify case number.
Identify in Section 1 that the employee's email and telephone number are optional, rather than making the employee read the instructions to find this out. Section 1 appears to be designed to trick the employee into entering these optional fields, which i think is wrong.
I think the Other Names Used (if any) line should say, Other LEGAL Names Used (if any)
Why can't the US military ID be used for both B&C columns in the acceptable requirements list? The military ID has the SSAN number listed on it and as long as the military ID is current it should be accepted for both column requirements. Am I missing something here? The Native American Tribal document can be used in both places.
the persons that need assistance to complete form 1-9 like people who are blind should be able to complete their form in brail and then have an transalor or perparer sign the
certification block of the form
M-274 (Rev. 04/30/13) N has an apparent omission in the answer to 23.Q. (on page 44, at the bottom of the column). The following text -- that was included in the answer to the same numbered question in M-274 (Rev. 06/01/11) N -- is omitted: "2. A Form I-94/I-94A containing a temporary I-551 stamp and a photograph of the individual, which is considered a receipt for the Permanent Resident Card (Form I-551)."
I have asked this question several times before. Our company has completed several acquisitions over the past two years. We have noted during our due diligence that the Form I-9s were non-compliant. So as the Handbook for Employers states, we can prepare new Form I-9s. We do not have HR personnel in the field so when we have 250 new Form I-9s to certify and then enter into E-Verify, it is extremely difficult to meet the... more »
Remove Section 3 and require a new I-9 to be completed for all new hires, rehired, and reverifications. In addition, require an E-Verify case to be created for each I-9. This would standardize the process and improve compliance rates. However, it may require legislation to implement.
Post the example of a "Signature Waived" green card (without the Lawful Permanent Resident’s actual signature) on I-9 Central along with the example of a signed card on the page located at: