Proper completion and execution of the form I-9 is of extreme importance.
While an I-9 verification is technically not a notarial service, it is still subject to the same ethical scrutiny. Many employers hire notaries to complete I-9's on their behalf if they are unable to meet with the employee to execute the form.
It is a legal requirement of any employer that a Form I-9 be completed to establish the identity and work authorization status of any employee (both citizen and non-citizen) hired to work in the United States. As a designated agent, you can trust Notary Checkpoint to accurately fill out Section 2 and give a concerted effort to verify the authenticity of the documents that the employee presents in person.
Form I-9, Employment Eligibility Verification consists of three sections:
Notary Checkpoint requires verbal or written communication from the verifying employer to acquire our company service as their designated Authorized Representative. Remote employees may present their offer letter to initiate service.
To designate Notary Checkpoint as your authorized company agent, contact us today.
For I-9 assistance please schedule an appointment with us.
For further detailed information, contact the United States Office of Citizenship and Immigration Services @ http://www.uscis.gov/i-9-central or the Department of Homeland Security @ http://www.dhs.gov/.