A domestic worker performs child care, household tasks, and/or upkeep of a home or surrounding yard on a regular basis in return for wages or other benefits. If you use the services of a domestic worker, you generally must fill out Form I-9 for the domestic worker except in some instances.
You do not need to complete Form I-9 if the domestic worker is:
Providing services that are sporadic, irregular or intermittent; or
Employed by a domestic service company (e.g., maid service) or agency employing temporary domestic workers
Regardless of who fills out Form I-9, employers or persons using contract services must not continue to employ or use the services of a domestic worker knowing the person is not authorized to work in the United States.