The US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) announced last week that it has started automating the Form I-94 for refugees. Previously, refugees were issued a paper I-94 that indicated their lawful entry. Now refugees will have to retrieve their Form I-94 from the CBP website at: similarly to nonimmigrants. In limited circumstances, a refugee may still receive a paper Form I-94. Employers that hire refugees should note that for Form I-9 purposes, a refugee that chooses to present a Form I-94, the company should accept it as a receipt that is valid for identity and employment authorization. Prior to the 90-day receipt period, the employer must re-verify the refugee's identity and employment authorization and ask that the refugee present a valid List A or a valid List B and List C document.