Notary for Online I-9 Authorization on Behalf of Asurion

An Online I-9 Authorization was completed on behalf of a Simpsonville, South Carolina resident on Thursday, July 23, 2015, at Java Jolt, located at 1099 E. Butler Road, Greenville, SC 29607.

Many companies hire notaries nationwide to assist with I-9 Forms which are Employment Eligibility and Identity Verification Forms. These forms are necessary because when an employer in another state hires an employee not working in that same state, verifying identity can be difficult.  In come notaries public.  There are other professionals that have the ability to act as Authorized Representatives on behalf of these companies, however many only designate notaries public to do the job.

If you need this type of service in the Upstate, South Carolina area, we at can assist!

This assignment was completed by Certified Notary Public Signing Agent Sonita M. Leak on behalf of Asurion.

2 thoughts on “Notary for Online I-9 Authorization on Behalf of Asurion

  1. Sonita, I have to take issue with your contention that notaries can handle I-9 for requests.

    Quoting from the NNA magazine of December 2014, “There is no certificate wording on the I-9 form, nor does the notary affix their seal to the form. Therefore, an I-9 verification is not considered a notarial act. Notaries may only perform I-9 verifications in a non-notarial capacity, as a representative of the hiring company”.

    If you’ll provide me your email, I’ll scan the entire article to you. But we can only sign I-9s as an “authorized agent”, not as a notary public.

  2. That’s right; we are are often sought because of our familiarity with IDs. But some remote employers still expect us to sign the I9 as a notary public, and place our seal on it, and that’s what can’t happen.

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