Originally Posted by kickstand
You may not have seen one before, but you have to have 2 forms of identification to work and have your i9 completed. It is a new requirement to have to sign the form and show actual physical copies to the person completing the form.
I find it awful hard to believe (nearly impossible) that i have had to I9 every employee i have hired for over 10 years (50-75 people per year) and yet you never signed one before and were able to work without having the proper legal document on file to verify your identification and legal right to work in the US. Do some reading, you've filled out an i9 before....
there's a chance perhaps that due to my previous employers being governmental agencies that we are exempted from it?
the only thing I had to present to my previous employer was my soc# (not the card) and my driver's license.
sorry. that's the facts whether you have difficulty believing it or not *shrug*