Employment Verification

By federal law, all employers must verify the employment eligibility and identity of each person hired, including U.S. citizens. Therefore:

New Employees:

Every new employee who has accepted an offer to work for Dartmouth College must complete one of the following two-step processes, depending up on where they are residing when they start work:

If you are residing locally:

  1. On or before your FIRST day of work: Complete Section 1 of the Form I-9 online at http://dartgo.org/i9
  2. On or before your THIRD day of work, meet in person with Human Resources or a Dartmouth College trained I-9 division representative (pdf) to complete Section Two of the Form I-9. Employees must bring acceptable original documents (no photocopies or scanned documents are accepted).

Individuals visiting our office in-person are must comply with Dartmouth's face mask policy.

If you are residing outside of the local area:

Dartmouth has contracted with a third party (Equifax's I-9 Anywhere) so new employees who are working remotely within the United States and cannot complete an I-9 in person in Hanover, NH can use this service. These employees must:

  1. On or before your FIRST day of work: Use this link <http://dartgo.org/i9anywhere> to complete section 1 of the Form I-9  for Dartmouth. Non-US Citizens/Permanent Residents should select #4.
     >  Student visa holders should enter their Program End Date in the ‘work until’ date field and all others should enter their document’s expiration date in the ‘work until’ date field and
  2. On or before your THIRD day of work: complete section 2 in person at a location and time of your choosing through the link above.  The appointment should be within three (3) days of starting employment 

Note: If the in-person appointment offerings near your current place of residence are unreasonably far, please email us and we will work to find a location closer to you. If you are emailing us due to location issues, please do not schedule an appointment until you speak with us. If you have already scheduled an appointment, please cancel it.

All documents will be verified electronically through the USCIS E-Verify system. Please allow up to 15 minutes for this process to take place.

Note: Failure to complete the above steps within three days of starting work may result in suspension or termination of employment.

If you are a foreign national who will now or in the future require visa sponsorship for work authorization in the United States, your department or professional school will work directly with the Office of Visa and Immigration Services at Dartmouth to facilitate that process.

Current or returning employees who need to re-verify their I-9 prior to the expiration of their work authorization:

Employees who need to re-verify their Form I-9 should review the in-person office hours for Dartmouth Payroll, then take their original re-verification documents in person to complete the re-verification process prior to the expiration of their Form I-9.  Employees may also email Dartmouth.Payroll@dartmouth.edu or call Payroll (603-646-2697) with any questions. Note that all documents must be original – we are not permitted to accept photocopies, photos, or scans.

Resources:

Dartmouth College E-Verify Employer Code:

Dartmouth's E-Verify Employer Code is 1200314.
Our Employer Name is "Trustees of Dartmouth College".