When the client employer requests service, they designate by what method (regular mail, certified mail, digital download, etc.) they want documents returned. When we quote a cost for service (based on your quote), the client expects that they are paying for what they requested, and they will get what they paid for! We can only … Read more
We send you the info that you need both to submit a reasonable quote for service and to complete the verification, once accepted. If you call to ask a question that we have already answered in the instructions email, that’s a pretty good indicator to us that your work product is more likely to be … Read more
Accept no more or no less than is required by the form. The new hire should present– and you should accept— only one document from List A or one document from List B and one document from List C. Some List A documents are actually a combination of two items (ex. foreign passport and I-94).
For most List A documents, the document number will be obvious. For a Permanent Resident Card or Employment Authorization Document, the document number will be in the format of THREE letters followed by TEN digits and will NOT be the same as the USCIS/Alien Number. Depending on the card’s version, the number may be on … Read more
The latest version of Form I-9 is a “fillable” PDF, increasing the temptation to pre-fill portions of Section 1, the section that is completed by the employee. Providing a pre-filled form is a convenience for the employee and may save time during the meeting. Although we prefer that the employee complete Section 1, there isn’t anything wrong … Read more