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Answer: D
If an employee chooses to provide an e-mail address in Section 1 of the Form I-9, she should be allowed to provide the e-mail address of her choosing. If you use E-Verify, and the employee’s query returns a Tentative Nonconfirmation result, the Department of Homeland Security will contact the employee to notify her of the result and may provide e-mail updates to her relating to the query.
If the employee opts not to provide an e-mail address, he or she should indicate “N/A” in this field.

The Challenge Question:

What e-mail address should my employees provide on the Form I-9?

The new Form I-9 has an e-mail address field in Section 1. I understand that this is an optional field, but if an employee chooses to provide an e-mail address, which address should she provide: her personal or her work e-mail address?

A. His business e-mail address

B. His personal e-mail address

C. His emergency contact's e-mail address

D. Any e-mail address he wishes to provide


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