For foreign nationals beginning work in the USA, not having a Social Security Number (SSN) isn’t a barrier for starting employment. It’s essential for employers to recognize the processes and regulations surrounding this to ensure lawful and nondiscriminatory practices.
The E-Verify system was created to allow employers to confirm the employment eligibility of both US citizens and noncitizens to work in the United States. Employers are able to use the E-Verify system to verify employment eligibility. Learn more about the E-Verify system here.
The USCIS Form I-9 is a critical document, required by all employers, to confirm both the identity and employment eligibility of individuals hired to work in the United States. In this article, we provide a comprehensive guide on its usage, completion timeline, filing details, and the exceptions to its application.
For immigration benefits like visa extension, renewal, or status changes, you need the CBP Form I-94 record. Here’s all you need to know about acquiring this essential document.
Temporary I-551 Stamps and MRIVs are vital components of the U.S. immigration system, signifying permanent resident status for new immigrants. This post breaks down their importance and implications for both immigrants and employers.