I-9 Settings

Last Update:
May 3, 2023

Wrapbook provides a streamlined process to help you collect your workers' I-9 information during onboarding.

When you set up your company in Wrapbook, you will be asked whether you would like to collect I-9s (and images of supporting I-9 documents) from your workers.

To set up your I-9 preferences, navigate to Company Settings>Project Preferences. Next to I-9 Settings, click Edit.

Determine your I-9 collection preference

USCIS requires that you complete and sign Section 2 of Form I-9, Employment Eligibility Verification, within 3 business days of a worker's first day of paid work. If the job lasts less than 3 days, you must complete Section 2 by the worker's first day. You can collect and sign Form I-9 in Wrapbook.

Select one of the following:

  • Yes - Collect I-9's
  • No - Do not collect I-9's

If you selected Yes, Collect I-9s, decide if you would like to collect images of supporting documents. If so, select the Yes radio button. By selecting yes, workers will be asked to upload an image of their physical documents for you to keep on file. Please note, you are responsible for verifying physical work authorization documents in person, even if digital copies are being collected. 

If you selected No, Do not collect I-9's, you are still expected to verify your workers’ identities and employment authorization documentation, as per USCIS regulations.

Note: If a worker has previously worked on a Wrapbook project, their I-9 information will be stored and auto-filled for them during onboarding.

Set your I-9 expiration preference

Wrapbook allows you to choose how frequently you want to re-verify I-9 supporting documents.

Choose from re-verify every 3 years, every year, at the beginning of each year , or at the start of each new project. Then, click Save I-9 Preferences.

Note: You can update these settings at any time. Changes to settings will not affect workers who have already been ‌onboarded. They will only affect new workers and those still in the middle of the onboarding process.