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I-9 Forms of ID: A Great Tale About What’s Acceptable, or Not

Recently, one of our immigration lawyers sent us an update about a situation where a prospective employee couldn’t provide proper documentation for his I-9. The form of ID provided was an Allodial American National Identification Card, which is not an accepted form of identification listed on the I-9 instructions — and “Native American” is not a federally recognized tribe. She noted that applicants are not required to present social security cards for I-9 purposes, but…
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