Form I-9 Employment Eligibility Verification
Use either the Form I-9 (downloadable PDF, online fillable format) or Form I-9 Paper Version (downloadable PDF, paper format) available from the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, Department of Homeland Security on I-9 Employment Eligibility Verification.
Do not fax - Send the completed Form I-9 for processing to:
3003 South State Street
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1276
Remote I-9 Process
The I-9 form must be completed for all employees, whether they are on campus or work in some other location in the United States. The following is a summary of the I-9 process for remote new hires and remote existing employees that must renew their I-9.
To initiate the Remote I-9 process, the employing department must complete and submit the Remote I-9 e-Form.
Once the e-Form is submitted, the Shared Services Center, Employment Processing Team, will seek a third-party representative to complete the I-9 near the location of the new hire or existing employee in need of an I-9.
The Shared Services Center will authorize the third party representative to complete the I-9 on behalf of the university. The new hire/existing employee will then need to meet with the authorized third party representative and present acceptable document(s) from the federal list of acceptable documents to complete the I-9 (see I-9 form for list of acceptable documents).
Please note all federal timelines and requirements associated with I-9’s apply so the Remote I-9 e-Form must be submitted 10+ business days in advance of needing a remote I-9 so the form can be completed in a timely manner.
For questions please contact the SSC by email or call (734) 615-2000, option 1 then option 5 to speak with an Employment representative. Visit the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services for more information about I-9 requirements.
I-9 Form Resources
The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services website provides information about I-9 requirements, how to complete an I-9, and the list of acceptable documents is included with the I-9 form.
Unit I-9 Compliance Officers are assigned by their unit or department. They are responsible for I-9 compliance in their assigned area. They ensure that anyone completing I-9's is trained and knowledgeable about I-9 requirements, they address issues of non-compliance including serving as the point of contact if I-9's require correction. The list is updated monthly and has the Unit I-9 Compliant Officers listed by department.
Contact us online or call David Day, I-9 compliance manager, at (734) 763-2387.