I-9 Employment Verification - Summer 2024

This summer, After School Matters teens participating in Internships (ages 16+) should complete the I-9 Employment Eligibility Verification process before the start of programs. 

After accepting your Internship offer, you are required to attend an in-person verification meeting where you will present specific identity-confirming documentation to complete the verification process (documents must be original and unexpired). Please schedule appointment below.

To learn which documents to bring with you for the in-person I-9 meeting – click the button below.

The following are examples of the documents that are acceptable:

List A

Confirms Identity and Employment Authorization


List B (1 item) and List C (1 item)

List B confirms Identity and List C confirms Employment Authorization

You only need 1 document from List A.

  • U.S. Passport
  • U.S. Passport Card
  • Permanent Resident Card

We can accept a receipt for a replacement of a lost, stolen, or damaged List A document.


You must bring 1 item from List B confirming identity.


  • Drivers’ License
  • State ID card
  • School ID card with photograph🚨(current school year only) 🚨

We can accept a receipt for a replacement of a lost, stolen, or damaged List B document.

You must bring 1 item from List C confirming employment authorization.

LIST C item

  • Social Security Card
  • Birth Certificate
  • Employment Authorization document issued by DHS

We can accept a receipt for a replacement of a lost, stolen, or damaged List C document.

Appointment Scheduling

Schedule your I-9 Verification appointment by clicking on the location you plan to attend. Please plan for up to 1 hour to complete the appointment.

North/North West Side


South/South West


Obtaining a Social Security Card:

If you don’t have one, you can apply for one here; or search for a Chicago-area Social Security Administration office near you using this tool.

To apply for a Social Security Card:

  • Find your birth certificate + ONE Evidence of Identity (i.e., Driver’s License, State ID, etc.)
  • Print and fill out Social Security Application
  • Apply online, in-person, or by mail

Obtaining a State ID:

If you do not have a State ID, you can apply for one here.

Schedule an appointment at Department of Motor Vehicles.

You must bring documents such as your Social Security Card and Birth Certificate. Your documents must verify your:

  • Signature
  • Date Of Birth
  • SSN
  • Proof of residency

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