The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) – the government agency that oversees lawful immigration to the United States – has launched a Spanish language version of the I-9 Central online resource center that provides information, resources, and assistance related to the ‘Form I-9, Employee Eligibility Verification.’ The Spanish I-9 Central is available at: http://www.uscis.gov/I-9Central/Espanol.
“The release of the Spanish I-9 Central reflects our continued commitment to provide vital, accessible information to our multilingual customers,” USCIS Director Alejandro Mayorkas stated in a press release announcing the launching. “Since its launch last year, I-9 Central has provided the public with a much needed resource to help them navigate the employment eligibility verification process.”
The home page of Spanish I-9 Central online resource center reads as follows:
Bienvenido a la Central I-9
La ley federal exige a cada empleador, reclutador o agente que refiere trabajadores agrícolas por honorarios, verificar la identidad y la elegibilidad de autorización de empleo de la persona a la que contrata, completando el Formulario I-9, Verificación de Autorización de Empleo.
Estas páginas Web del Servicio de Ciudadanía e Inmigración de EE. UU. (USCIS, por sus siglas en inglés) en relación al Formulario I-9 lo ayudarán a obtener más información acerca de lo siguiente:
- Completar el formulario
- Documentos aceptados
- Conservar y almacenar
- Derechos del empleado
- Acerca del formulario
- Servicio al cliente
Employers in the U.S. must verify the identity and employment authorization for every worker hired after November 6, 1986 by completing and retaining a Form I-9. Both the English and Spanish versions of I-9 Central include sections about employer and employee rights and responsibilities, step-by-step instructions for completing the form, and information on acceptable documents for establishing identity and employment authorization. I-9 Central also includes common mistakes to avoid when completing the form, guidance on how to correct errors, and answers to questions about the Form I-9 process. The USCIS also offers a Spanish language version of the E-Verify Self Check, a service that allows workers and job seekers in the United States to check their own employment eligibility status online, and a Spanish language version of “Handbook for Employers: Instructions for Completing Form I-9 (M-274).”
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