Once you receive your final firm offer, you will be notified of your start
date, as well as the date, time, and location of orientation.
Your first step towards your new
career is getting prepared for Day One. Here's how:
Make sure to provide all of the information requested by your HR
Representative in the requested time frame.
Make sure to complete the required Entrance on Duty forms and bring them
with you to orientation.
Consider your benefit program enrollment options carefully, and make
informed decisions that will provide optimal value for you and your family.
Bring any questions to orientation.
Take the time to browse this website to learn about your new workplace.
If you need special accommodations for orientation, such as escorts,
documents in Braille, or hearing assistance devices, please contact the HR
Representative identified on your letter as soon as possible.
Gather the items you will need
Two forms of ID:
A photo ID, such as a U.S. passport or
A second form of identification, such as
an original birth certification, voter's registration card, Social Security
card, or other ID card issued by a federal, state or local government agency
As of September 30, 2010, certified
Puerto Rico birth certificates issued prior to July 1, 2010 will be invalid
and unacceptable for Form I-9 purposes.
Be sure to check that both forms of ID are unexpired. It is HUD policy
that Federal employee badges will not be accepted as ID at the initial ID
If you are a naturalized U.S. citizen (not a U.S. citizen at birth),
please bring an original Certificate of U.S. Naturalization (Form N-550 or
If you are a U.S. citizen at birth, but were born abroad, please bring a
Certificate of Birth Abroad (Form FS-545).
To learn more, see Acceptable Forms of Personal Identification on the
Employment Eligibility Verification (Form I-9).