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Who can be an authorized representative for I 9?
Completing Form I-9 for Remote Hire. Employers may designate an authorized representative to fill out Forms I-9 on behalf of their company, including personnel officers, foremen, agents or notary public.
Who can certify an I 9 form?
You may designate an authorized representative to fill out Forms I-9 on behalf of your company, including personnel officers, foremen, agents or notary public. The Department of Homeland Security does not require the authorized representative to have specific agreements or other documentation for Form I-9 purposes.
Who is considered an authorized representative?
Authorized Representative. Someone who you choose to act on your behalf with the Marketplace, like a family member or other trusted person. Some authorized representatives may have legal authority to act on your behalf.
Who is authorized to complete an i9?
For example, in California, only state-licensed public notaries as bonded immigration specialists may complete Form I-9 on behalf of the employer. For employers in most states, this means an employer could feasibly designate a member of the new hire's household to witness and complete Form I-9.
Can you get paid without i9?
Yes. An incomplete I-9 form does not affect an employer's ability or obligation to pay an employee. The I-9 form is used to verify eligibility to work in the U.S. and does not affect payroll.
Can a notary fill out an I 9?
In California, a notary public is not qualified to inspect and verify I-9 eligibility documents unless they are also certified and bonded as an immigration consultant. Remote workers in California have two options for verification. Option 1: The employer chooses an Authorized Representative to verify the I-9 Form.
Can a notary sign an I 9 form?
As of 2018, there is no certificate wording included in the I-9 form, nor is a Notary asked to affix his or her seal to the form, so the answer is no. The authorized representative does not perform a notarization or affix a Notary seal to the I-9, since they are not acting as an official Notary Public.
Who can fill out an i9 form?
You are required to complete and retain a Form I-9 for every employee you hire for employment in the United States, except for: Individuals hired on or before Nov. 6, 1986, who are continuing in their employment and have a reasonable expectation of employment at all times.
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