Employment Eligibility Verification (I-9) Compliance @Stanford

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About I-9 Compliance
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To comply with U.S. law, Stanford must verify eligibility for employment for all new employees – within 3 days of hire – by collecting a Form I-9 and reviewing original documents establishing the employee's eligibility to work in the U.S. The employee, the hiring department and Payroll all have roles & responsibilities in the I-9 collection process. The consequences for not completing the I-9 correctly, or within the required timelines, can be significant. Stanford is committed to complying with Federal I-9 Regulations. Our systems, policies and procedures are designed to support and facilitate compliance.

If you would like help with a Form I-9 issue, we invite you to contact the I-9 Compliance Specialist for fast, friendly, professional support.

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Resources for Administrators
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Policy Notes: Rules and Regulations for I-9 Compliance

Download Form I-9
       - Examples of Completed Form I-9
       - Examples of Updated Form I-9

Request 1-hour Training Session with the I-9 Compliance Specialist by Submitting a HelpSU Ticket

USCIS Resources
       - USCIS I-9 Central
       - I-9 Customer Guide – Questions & Answers
       - Handbook for Employers
       - Video:  Section 1 of Form I-9
       - Video:  Section 2 of Form I-9
       - Video:  Section 3 of Form I-9


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Process and "How To" Instructions
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For new hires or returning employees

click the image of verifying employment eligibility workflow to see details

For continuing employees with updated work authorization documents

click the image of updating employment eligibility workflow to see details

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Frequently Asked Questions
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Does a rehired employee need to submit...?

When can an employee present a receipt...?

What is the timeline...?

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