Form I-9 Training and Guidance

Guidance on hire/employment date

There is still confusion on what employment/hire date means relative to Form I-9. Guidance should be provided to clarify that an employee is considered hired when an offer of employment is made and accepted and the Form I-9 is completed. The employee's start date is not a factor since there is a difference between a hire and the employee's first day of work for pay. A hire has occurred when Form I-9 is completed regardless ...more »

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E-Verify Training and Guidance

Guidance for employee without a social security number

Modify the guidance in the E-Verify manuals to indicate that an employee does not need to have applied for a social security card to complete Form I-9. There are situations where SSA requires a waiting period before the employee may apply for a social security card.

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E-Verify Training and Guidance

Provide Tutorials for Employer Agents to Test Users

Users of employer agent electronic Form I-9/E-Verify systems do not have access to E-Verify tutorials. E-Verify should provide access to the tutorials to employer agents so the agents can incorporate the tutorials into their products and require users to properly complete them before being allowed to process E-Verify cases.

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