we serve all 50 states. However,
we cannot guarantee that we can complete your remote employee Form I-9 verification in the timeframe desired.
In small municipalities and rural areas, it is often very difficult to locate and approve a qualified Approved Service Provider. Even if we do have a service provider in our network for that area, the lack of competition between several providers may result in a higher verification cost.
While the majority of states place no restrictions on the completion of Form I-9, some states are more difficult to operate in than others; especially for the Notaries in our service network. For example, the Texas Secretary of State seems to restrict or prohibit the completion of Form I-9 by Notaries Public (we disagree). In California, notaries are prohibited from completing Form I-9 unless they are also bonded and approved as an Immigration Consultant.
As you probably know, your “Authorized Representative” can be anyone whom you expressly approve to complete the form for you. If we do not have an Approved Service Provider in your new hire’s area, we can work with your new employee to identify your representative. And we’ll walk them through the process so that the form is completed correctly.