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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Which 8850 Form Taxpayer

Instructions and Help about Which 8850 Form Taxpayer

Hello, my name is Catherine Robertson. I'm an HR specialist here at National PEO. I'm going to briefly go over how to complete the new Form I-9. The new version of the Form I-9 has been released, and all employers will be required to begin using this form for all new hires as of May 7th, 2013. The new I-9 is now a two-page form with the employee section (Section 1) on the first page and the employer section (Section 2) on the second page. The employee, and only the employee, must fill out the entire Section 1. The first part of Section 1 requires the employee to provide all of their personal information. All employees are required to attest to their citizenship or immigration status by checking off one of these four options. It is very important that the employee checks off one of these options. If the employee checks off that they are a lawful permanent resident, they must provide the alien registration number or USCIS number in the provided line. If the employee checks off that they are an alien authorized to work, they need to provide the document expiration date on the line provided. In addition, they need to provide either the alien registration number, USCIS number, or the Form I-94 admission number. The employee must then sign and date, completing Section 1. The Preparer and/or Translator Certification in Section 1 should only be filled out by someone who assisted the employee in filling out Section 1. The employee should not fill out this section. Section 2 of the I-9 is for employers only. The employee must not write anything in Section 2. Employees must present unexpired original documentation that shows their identity and employment authorization. For this purpose, a document titled "List of Acceptable Documents" is provided along with...