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13.2 Serving People with Refugee/Humanitarian Parolee/Asylee Status | 13.2.3 Documentation

13.2.3 Documentation

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All documentation requirements outlined in Chapter 12 of this manual apply. Individuals who enter the U.S. with refugee, asylee, or humanitarian parolee status receive authorization to work upon entry into the country and should have access to an Employment Authorization Document (USCIS Form I-766) or other documentation from list A of the USCIS I-9 form demonstrating authorization to work.