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The Department of Homeland Security has announced a temporary policy for employers completing Form I-9 Employment Eligibility Verification and acceptable identity documents that employees may be unable to renew because of COVID-19 stay-in-place orders and office closures.
The temporary policy applies to documents on List B, such as state driver’s licenses and state ID cards, which expire on or after March 1, 2020.
Employers who use E-Verify should use the employee’s expired List B document number from Section 2 of Form I-9 to create an E-Verify case as usual within three days of the date of hire.
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