Northern Arizona University has established a remote Form I-9 processing as a convenience for new employees who are not able to present their original documents to an on-campus representative. For employees who will work at a remote location outside of the State of Arizona, but within the United States, we have asked them to locate a local Notary Public in their areas and present these instructions to you upon their arrival at your office. We are grateful for the assistance of Notaries Public across the country.
Being an agent of NAU
As an agent for Northern Arizona University, NAU has entrusted you to practice all legal measures to ensure that the Form I-9 Section 2 is accurately completed and signed. You understand that NAU is not asking that you attest to the employment status legitimacy of the person presenting the document, but only that the employee has presented his/her unexpired original identification documents to you in person. To prevent employment delays for the employee and in effort to maintain a healthy relationship with you, NAU has established some procedural steps to assist you with this process so that you can feel comfortable that your actions are in accordance with the Law.
Notary’s initial instructions
What the Notary must do prior to completing Form I-9 Section 2 for the employee.
Form I-9 Section 2
Form I-9 Section 2 must be completed by the Notary.
NAU Notary Public Form
NAU’s form used for the Notary Public to sign and affix seal.
If you have questions about completing the documents, or if you just want to check to be sure they’ve been completed correctly, please contact NAU Human Resources by emailing HR.Contact@nau.edu or calling (928) 523-2223.