DIOCESE OF RENO DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Thank you for your interest in the school(s) of the Diocese of Reno. This information is supplied as a courtesy to the applicant. In order to receive a Teaching or an Administrative contract, the applicant must hold a valid license in the State of Nevada.
Responsibility for securing, maintaining and reviewing licenses rests solely with the professional employee.
Please refer to the State of Nevada Licensure webpage for the most current requirements and procedures: http://teachers.nv.gov/
IMMIGRATION REFORM AND CONTROL ACT
This law is intended to prevent employers from knowingly hiring illegal aliens and contains severe civil and criminal penalties for violations.
This law requires us to examine certain documents you must show to (1) establish your identity and (2) confirm that you are legally entitled to work in the United States.
Below and on the back side of this sheet is a list of documents you can show in order to meet requirements of this law. In the event you are employed by this School, please be advised that you will be asked to provide the necessary documents within 24 hours of the time you are offered employment.
If you are employed by this School on the basis of acceptable documentation of your status, the law will require you to sign a government form affirming the nature of documents you presented and that they are genuine. Your failure or refusal to sign such a statement when requested will result in your immediate suspension so that you can reconsider your refusal and be reminded of the law. Continued refusal will result in your termination.
ACCEPTABLE DOCUMENTS. The individual may present either a document which established both employment authorization or identity as defined in 274A(b)(1)(B) of the Act or an original document which establishes employment authorization as defined in 274A(b)(1)(C) and a separate original document which establishes identity as defined in 274(b)(1)(D).
- The following are acceptable documents to establish both identity and employment authorization (for the purpose of 274(b)(1)(B):
- United States passport
- Certificate of Citizenship, issued by the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service.
- U.S. Citizen Identification Card, issued by the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service. Certificate of Naturalization.
- A current foreign passport which:
contains acurrent stamp therein which reads,“processed for1-551...,”or
has attached thereto a FormI-94 in the same name (with identical biographic information) on which is an employment authorization stamp so long as the period so long as the period of endorsement has not yet expired and the limitations identified on the Form I-94.
- An Alien Registration Card, provided that it contains a photograph of the bearer.
- A current Work Permit, issued by the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service.
2. The following are acceptable documents to establish employment authorization (for purposes of 274(b)(1)(C):
- Social Security account number card, issued by the Department of Health and Human Services or previously issued by Health, Education and Welfare (other than such a card which specified on the face that the issuance of the card does not authorize employment in the United States).
- A certificate of birth in any State. The certificate must contain the given surname, name, date of birth, place of birth, a date the birth record was filed, and an official seal or other certification by the official custodian of such record. Official custodian refers to the governmental agency with which the birth is registered.
- Report of U.S. Citizenship Birth Abroad, issued by the U.S. Department of State. D. Form I-94 with employment authorization stamp.
3. The following are acceptable for the purpose of establishing identity of the individual (for the purposes of 274A(b)(1)(d):
- An original driver’s license issued by any state which:
contains personal identifying information which, at a minimum, includes his/her full name, date of birth, height, weight, color of eyes, and residence address.
- An original identity document issued by any State (or for the purpose of identification which either:
- bears a photograph of the individual, or
- contains personal identifying information which, at a minimum, includes his/her full name, date of birth, height, weight, color of eyes, and residence address.
- In the case of individuals residing in a state which does not provide for issuance of an identification document (other than a driver’s license), the following:
- Notice of discharge from the U.S. Armed Forces.
- Document evidencing active duty or reserve status in the U.S. Armed Forces.
- (to be developed)