I-9 Employment Eligibility Verification

Employment Eligibility Verification
Form I-9

SCG Law & Language can be Your Representative to complete Form I-9, correctly and legally, in the required face-to-face meeting. 

 

According to USCIS, employers are to use Form I-9 to verify the identity and employment authorization of individuals hired for employment in the United States.

 

All U.S. employers must properly complete Form I-9 for each individual they hire for employment in the United States. This includes citizens and noncitizens.

 

Both employees and employers (or authorized representatives of the employer) must complete the form.

You as the employer must examine the employment eligibility and identity document(s) an employee presents to determine whether the document(s) reasonably appear to be genuine and to relate to the employee and record the document information on Form I-9. 

See some exceptions here.

Check here the list of acceptable documents
Changes to the form for 2020

Updates to Form I-9 for 2020 include:

  • Adding locations to the Country of Issuance fields (online only)

  • Clarification of acceptable documents

  • Additional information regarding who can act as an authorized representative on an employer’s behalf

  • An updated website

  • An updated privacy notice

As a Notary Public in Florida, I have the experience in examining identification documents. Although the Employment Verification Eligibility is not a notarial act, I can serve as your Authorized Representative when verifying the eligibility of your future employee to start working for you. 
As a Translator, I can also assist in the completion of the Form in case your employee is Brazilian, or comes from a Portuguese speaking country, and does not speak or write in English. 
 
You can be confident that your new hire will have their Employee Eligibility Verified according to the Department of Homeland Security standards. 
 

Contact me today to book an appointment

and get this done for you!

Note:  If the employer hires a notary public, the notary public is acting as an authorized representative of the employer, not as a notary. The notary public must perform the same required actions as an authorized representative. When acting as an authorized representative, the notary public should not provide a notary seal on Form I-9.
(source: USCIS )

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