Employers may complete Section 3. Reverifications and Rehires for former employees rehired within three years of the date of their original Form I-9. Ask the rehired employee to confirm the information on the original Form I-9 is still accurate. If so, insert the rehire date in Section 3 and sign and date that portion of the form. If the original Form I-9 is dated more than three years ago, a new form must be completed.
If you rehire a former employee within three years of his or her previous hire date, you may rely on the information on the previous Form I-9.
If you rehire an employee for whom an E-Verify case was never created and the employee’s previous Form I-9 lists an expired identity document (List B), you must complete a new Form I-9 and create a case for the employee in E-Verify.
If you rehire an employee for whom an E-Verify case exists and the employee’s previous Form I-9 lists an expired identity document (List B), you may either:
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