I have an employee that is working remotely from another state. How can we have their work authorization completed remotely?

The department will need to open a ServiceNow ticket for work authorization. Provide the name, employee ID, email, and start date of the Employee. In the additional comments section enter the name of a representative of a college or university local to the employee who is willing to assist us with the I-9 process; include the rep's email and title, plus the institution name. We will then send a special link to that representative to complete section 2 on UCSB’s behalf. This needs to be done prior to the employee's start date to ensure USCIS compliance of the I-9.

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