Employers must fill out Form I-9 for each person they hire to work in the United States. Both employees and employers (or authorized employer representatives) must complete the form. The gov website belongs to an official United States government organization. Employees must provide documentation to their employers to prove their identity and authorization to work.
The documents in List A show both identity and employment authorization. Employees who submit an acceptable document from List A should not be asked to submit any other document. Some documents in List A are, in fact, a combination of 2 or more documents. In these cases, the documents submitted together count as a List A document. See Section 7.1, Lawful Permanent Residents, for when a permanent resident card is considered to have expired after the “card expires” date.
The passport must be submitted together with Form I-94 or Form I-94A that demonstrates the admission of non-immigrants under the U. S. Compact of Free Association. The U. passport must contain a temporary stamp from Form I-551 or a temporary printed annotation from Form I-551 on a machine-readable immigrant visa (MRIV).
This document is subject to new verification. Driver's license or identification card issued by a state or peripheral territory of the United States UU. For those under 18 and certain people with disabilities who are unable to present any of the identity documents on the list, special annotations can be used instead of a document from List B.The Form I-9 contact center can help you with questions about documents issued by DHS. An official website of the U.
UU., Documents that establish identity and employment eligibility Documents that establish employment eligibility Derived from the Department of Homeland Security (U. UU.) Some employment authorization documents issued by DHS include, but are not limited to, Form I-94 (Arrival and Departure Record) issued to asylees or non-immigrants authorized to work (for example, H-1B non-immigrants) due to their immigration status, the unexpired re-entry permit (Form I-327), the certificate from U.