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“People are looking at the future, thinking, ‘If this thing passes, I don’t want to be one of millions who run to H&R Block and say help me with five years of back returns,’ ” said Michael Petrucelli, a one-time acting director of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services who now runs immigration e-file company iClearpath.
CNN asks, is enforecement key to fixing America’s immigration system?
iClearpath’s simplified online immigration process is revolutionizing the seemingly confusing and costly paper-based immigration filing process for immigrants that want to come to America and receive the employment opportunities they deserve.
More than 100 million immigration forms are filed each year in the U.S., with any one person filing multiple forms over a number of years as his or her status changes. iClearpath’s improved patented software was developed by former U.S. immigration agency leaders who understand how to navigate the government’s complex system.
iClearpath will walk you through the process step by step, assisting you in completing integral forms such as the 9-I Form. The 9-I Form (or Form I-9) refers to the employment eligibility verification form required to help immigrants gain employment in the U.S. All US employers must complete and retain a Form I-9 for each individual they hire for employment in the United States.
Employers use the 9-I Form to verify an employee’s identity and help establish that the worker is fully eligible for employment. Each newly hired employee must be able to present valid documentation verification.
Not only is our simple online solution the easiest, and most secure method of locating and completing the 9-I Form, it costs roughly one-tenth of the fees charged by lawyers or notaries. We use plain language to walk you through each employment verification form, while checking data in real time for potential errors and compliance.
Including the following information will assist you in filing and completing the 9-I Form:
- Alien Registration Number (A-Number) or file number
- I-94 number or arrival/departure number
- Country of Citizenship/Nationality
- Residences (mailing addresses) for the last 5 years – You will need the complete address for each location as well as the beginning and end dates (e.g. 123 Main Street, City, State, Postal Code, Country – from May 2010 until December 2011)
- Last non-US address of more than 1 year
- Employment history for the past 5 years – You should start with your current employer first and provide complete information including employment start and stop dates for each job (e.g. name and address of employer, occupation, employed from January 2010 to July 2012)
- Class of Admission
- Place of entry/Port of entry
- Current US immigration status
- Relatives (father, mother, spouse, children, other)
- You will need to provide complete information for each person (e.g. family name/maiden name of mother, first name, date of birth, country of birth, A number – if applicable)
All U.S. employers must complete and retain a Form I-9 for each individual they hire for employment in the United States. This includes citizens and noncitizens. On the form, the employer must examine the employment eligibility and identity document(s) and record the document information on the Form I-9. The list of acceptable documents is available from USCIS.