I-9 Employment Verification Process
New Employees & Workstudy Students
Form I-9 is used for verifying the identity and employment authorization of individuals hired for employment in the United States. All U.S. employers must ensure proper completion of Form I-9 for each individual hired. This includes citizens and non-citizens. Both employees and employer must complete the form in Workday. The employee must also present to Human Resources their acceptable I-9 documents (see below) within 3 days of their start date.
Staff: After accepting an offer of employment, you will receive information via email on how to complete your new employee onboarding tasks in Workday. The onboarding tasks will provide basic personal information that will be processed through our employment verification system. You must complete and submit your I-9 documents within 3 days of your start date.
Workstudy Students: After accepting a workstudy position, please complete the online I-9 document in your Workday Inbox. Once the form is submitted and acceptable documents are provided to Human Resources, you will receive a task called "Start Additional Job" in your Workday inbox. You must hit submit and done. After this is completed you will receive an email from Financial Aid to approve you to start working (this may take a few days). Please note that you cannot begin working if you have not completed and submitted the I-9, brought in acceptable documents, and received an approval email from Financial Aid.
Faculty: Please complete the I-9 task in your Workday inbox, then visit the Human Resources Office with your acceptable documents. This must be done within 3 days of your contract start date.
If you do not receive an I-9 task in your Workday inbox, or are having difficulty accessing Workday, please email email@example.com or call Human Resources at 510-594-3700.
International Student Affairs and Programs (ISAP)
The ISAP Office provides resources and support in the following areas:
- Advising for students on F-1 student visas and J-1 exchange visitor visas
- Administration of advising for CCA's semester exchange programs
- Planning and promotion of cultural programming and workshops
- Coordination of the ASAP ambassadors program
- Referrals for support services including counseling, academic coaching, and international opportunities for all CCA students
- Support to faculty and staff who have questions or concerns that involve an international student
International students only become eligible for a Social Security Number after they have been approved for work authorization. If you need assistance in obtaining a Social Security Number, please contact the ISAP Office or visit the portal.
The ISAP team has offices on both Oakland and San Francisco campuses. If you have any questions, please email ISAP at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are a current student and would like to make an appointment, visit our Make an Appointment page in the Portal.