Immigration Reform and Control Act
The Immigration Reform and Control Act of l986 makes it the responsibility
of Old Dominion University to verify the identity and employment eligibility
of all new employees. In order to comply with the provisions of the Immigration
Reform and Control Act, all new employees must complete the I-9 Form which verifies
identity and employment eligibility.
Documents which establish identity and employment eligibility must be presented
as stated in the Handbook for Employers, M-274.
Employees in the following categories will complete the I-9 Form at the indicated
Faculty (full time and part time) - Office of Academic Affairs
Classified and hourly employees - Department of Human Resources
International faculty and students - International Student and Scholar
Services - Dragas International Center
Students, (undergraduate and graduate) - Office of Finance, Room 220,
Contact the Office of Academic Affairs for any questions concerning the Immigration
Reform and Control Act.
Procedures. New full-time faculty/administrators and adjunct
faculty will be notified by the Office of Academic Affairs of the verification
requirements and procedures of the act at the time initial employment is offered.
New faculty/administrators (full time and part time) will present in person
to the Office of Academic Affairs, not later than the third calendar day following
the first actual day of work, documents demonstrating the individual's identity
and authorization to work in the United States.
The required I-9 Form will be completed by the employee, certified by the Office
of Academic Affairs, and retained in a master file in the Office of Academic
Affairs. All requirements must be met prior to releasing the individual's initial