Our Notary Agents do have a lot of experience filling out financial and legal documents, that is why most employers prefer a Notary Public to verify the documents and sign off on the I-9 Form. No notary seal or stamp is required on the form. This process will require skillful and experienced agent to conduct the employment verification process, employers can face stiff fines for incomplete I-9 forms.
How Do I Notarize My I-9 Form
Out of State employers are often presented with a challenge to meet the Employment Verification requirements and to comply with the the U.S Immigration Laws. Since the New Hire is in remote location, they often need a trustworthy and credible party to verify that the employee has the right to work in the U.S and to verify his actual Identity Documents and record them on the I-9 and complete section 2 of the form.
Some employer will need someone to complete the I-9 digitally via their Secure Human Resources portal. Our company can help with this process for a fraction of the cost to fly the employee to the headquarters for orientation! We currently service the following towns and cities: Andover, Acton, Bedford, Billerica, Boston, Burlington, Chelmsford, Concord, Dracut, Gardner, Framingham, Haverhill, Lowell, Lawrence, Leominster, Marlboro, Methuen, North Andover, Peabody, Revere, Reading, North Reading, Stoneham, Tewksbury, Tyngsboro, Waltham, Wilmington, Woburn, Worcester MA.
Our Notary Agents do have a lot of experience filling out financial and legal documents, that is why most employers prefer a Notary Public to verify the documents and sign off on the I-9 Form. No notary seal or stamp is required on the form.
Notarize My I-9 Form
Congratulations on the new job! We will be happy to help you complete the verification of the I-9 Employment Form. For Your Convenience, you can book and pay for your service ahead of time!