Integrated Service Center

I-9 Coordinators

Action Required – Switching to 2017 Form 1-9
On July 12, the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced a revised version of the Form I-9, Employment Eligibility Verification. In order to be in compliance with UCSIS, Workday is requiring all in-progress 2016 Form I-9s to be completed by September 15. Learn more… 

 

The I-9 Coordinator plays an important role in the new hire onboarding process. The I-9 Coordinator is required to collect and verify information from new hires in accordance with USCIS guidelines and protocols. Therefore, they must ensure all information collected and submitted has been thoroughly checked and validated.

I-9 Coordinator Responsibilities

Per federal law, Form I-9 must be completed within 3 days of starting work (the start date listed in Workday). The I-9 Coordinator is responsible for ensuring we at UW are in compliance with federal law by coordinating the following actions:

  • Collecting I-9 information from new hires/employees with expired I-9s
  • Verifying that I-9 information is valid
  • Completing Form I-9 – refer to the User Guide for detailed instructions
  • Inputting any paper forms collected during the blackout period immediately preceding go-live into Workday
  • Ensuring no I-9 documents are missing
  • Maintaining an ongoing audit of worker I-9 documents as described below
  • Monitoring the status of foreign national documents
  • E Verify

I-9 Policy at UW

All workers, including Stipend and PDR workers, are required to complete Form I-9 due to the fact that those employees may move into a UW paid position, and would therefore need an I-9 on file. The only exception is for workers with a job profile of “Unpaid Academic.” An I-9 completion step will be triggered in Workday if they move into paid status.

Remote Hire Employees

Workday I-9 Reports

Reports for Completing an Initial Audit

Worker I-9 Audit for Previous/Current System

The ISC has created the Worker I-9 Audit for Current/Previous System report in Workday to provide you an easy way to review I-9s recorded in Workday and in our legacy systems.  Though Workday comes with a number of delivered reports, they will sometimes produce misleading data because they do not account for I-9s collected before Workday go-live.

During the cutover blackout period, new hires completed paper I-9 forms that should have been entered into Workday after go-live. To ensure that all those forms were input and all employee I-9s are accounted for, review the instructions for completing an initial audit: Entering Paper I-9s into Workday

Reports for Regular Monitoring

Onboarding Status Summary

This report provides a summary for workers in various stages in the onboarding process. The report will list the remaining and completed steps (as well as steps not started), and includes an overall completion percentage for all onboarding tasks, including the I-9 completion.  We recommend running this report every Tuesday and Thursday to keep an eye on your unit’s recent hires.

Worker I-9 Audit for Previous/Current System

Once an initial audit is complete and all paper forms recorded in Workday, it will remain the responsibility of the I-9 Coordinator to ensure compliance by monitoring whether new employees have completed the I-9 form. We suggest running this report every Tuesday and Thursday to ensure you have a view into the I-9 status of all employees.

  • Run the Worker I-9 Audit for Current/Previous System Report with the following parameters:
    1. Effective Date: Use today’s date
    2. Hired On or After: Leave blank
    3. Hired On or Before: Today’s date
    4. Employee Type: Leave blank
    5. Worker: Leave blank
    6. Leave all check boxes checked
  • Review your report results.*
    • If your report returns no data, then all employees in your unit have completed forms and no further action is needed.
    • If workers are returned:
      • Look in the Form I-9 Awaiting column to see remaining actions required
      • If employee action in needed, tell employee to initiate the I-9 process in Workday in one of two ways:
        • Locate the I-9 action item in their inbox
        • Manually launch the I-9 process by typing “Complete Form I-9” into the Workday search field
      • If I-9 Coordinator Action is needed: Complete Section 2 of the Workday Form I-9 process (refer to the User Guide)
        • Choose the appropriate “late reason”

*You can see more detail about each process by selecting the process link and then reviewing the Process tab on the next screen.  The process details will help you determine what is holding up the process and who should take action.  For example, if the process may appear incomplete if employees have not submitted the To Do “provide I-9 Coordinator with acceptable identification.”