I-9 Online for Employees
You must complete Section 1 by your first day of employment.
You will need a social security number to complete Section 1 of your I-9. If you do not have a social security number, please visit the I-9 Specialist in your department to complete your form.
How to complete I-9 Section 1
- Step 1
Use employer name and code: University of Virginia and 14053.
Enter the text shown in the box (for security purposes).
Enter your name, address, date of birth, and social security number. Check the citizenship box that applies to you.* (For additional details, see below.)
Review the information you entered. If you need to make a change, click on change information. If everything is correct, complete the Employee Electronic Signature box.
See a list of acceptable documents you may present to your department based on the citizenship you selected.
Contact Talent Support to complete Section 2 by the third day of employment, or your employment will have to be terminated and you will not be allowed to work.
Citizenship Definitions and Details
- A citizen of the United States: U.S. Citizen
- A noncitizen national of the United States: People born in American Samoa, certain former citizens of the former Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands, and certain children of noncitizen nationals born abroad
- A Lawful Permanent Resident: Permanent Resident of the U.S. (You will need your Alien Number or USCIS Number.)
- An Alien authorized to work: This box applies to F1, J1, H-1B, EAD, O1, Refugees/Asylees, E3, or TN holders.
- F1/J1 Holders: You will need your I-94 number and the expiration date from your I20 or DS2019.
- H-1B, EAD, E3, O1 or TN Holders: You have the option of using your I-94 number or your Alien/USCIS Number, and you will also need to enter the expiration date.
- Refugee/asylee: You will need your I-94. In the expiration date, enter n/a since your employment authorization does not expire.