Human Resources Work Authorization Requirements
A baseline background check is required. It will be performed by Certiphi Screening, Inc. and can take several days to complete. International trainees can expect longer completion times.
At a future date, you'll receive an email from Certiphi Screening, Inc. with instructions to complete the background check. Be sure to start this process immediately upon receiving the email from Certiphi. The email will come from email@example.com. Reminder emails will be sent daily until you complete the process. Ensure you have completed this at least 45 days prior to your orientation date.
Your appointment at Mayo Clinic School of Graduate Medical Education (MCSGME) is contingent upon the successful completion of the background check. If your background check is not complete prior to your orientation date, you'll not be able to start and your training will be delayed.
An in-person appointment with Human Resources is required to complete your onboarding requirements. Be sure to complete this 30-minute appointment prior to your orientation date.
Early scheduling is encouraged to ensure an appointment time that is convenient for you and coordinates well with your onboarding schedule. If you visit Arizona prior to your orientation date, you're expected to complete this appointment during your visit. If this is not possible, you can schedule your Human Resources appointment before or on your orientation date.
When self-scheduling your appointment, select the appropriate Mayo Clinic Human Resources location where you'll complete your appointment and then select the 1-9 appointment type.
Advanced appointments are required. Arrive at your scheduled appointment time. You'll receive an appointment confirmation email and reminder email and text message. If necessary, you can reschedule the appointment through the link provided in the email.
At the time of your appointment, report to Human Resources located at the Support Services Building south of Mayo Clinic Hospital at the Phoenix, Arizona campus located at:
5711 East Mayo Blvd.
Phoenix, AZ 85054
You'll need to bring the following documents to your in-person appointment:
- Pages 1 and 2 of the Employment Eligibility Verification (I-9 Form)
- Original unexpired documents for I-9 completion (refer to page 3 of the I-9 Form)
- Your original U.S. social security card.
If you have questions regarding these requirements, contact Human Resources.
As part of your onboarding, you're required to complete an Employment Eligibility Verification (I-9 Form) documenting your authorization to work in the United States.
MedHub information includes forms and instructions on how to initiate your portion.
When visiting Human Resources, you must provide proof of your legal right to work by bringing original unexpired documents that establish identity and employment eligibility:
- Print pages 1-3 of the Employment Eligibility Verification (I-9 Form);
- Complete only section 1 (page 1)
- Present the I-9 Form along with original unexpired applicable documents that establish identification and employment authorization to Human Resources. (Refer to page 3 for a list of applicable documents.)
For payroll/tax purposes, you're required to present your original U.S. social security card to Human Resources during your in-person appointment for verification. Internal Revenue Service regulations require that all payroll documentation, including the name on your paycheck, must be exactly as it appears on your social security card.
International trainees without a social security number: You'll need to call the local Social Security Office and request an appointment to apply for a number in person. Generally, the Social Security Administrator recommends waiting 10 days after entry into the U.S. to apply for a SSN to allow their electronic systems to be updated with your immigration status. Upon receipt of your original card with number, you will need to present it to Human Resources.
If you need to contact the Social Security Administration, they can be reached at 1-800-772-1213 or at www.ssa.gov.