If a parolee provides a properly annotated I-766, accept it alone as evidence of the
parolee’s status and employment authorization. A parolee, who submits an I-766, is issued an SSN card
with the legend, “VALID FOR WORK WITH DHS AUTHORIZATION”.
If a parolee only presents a Form I-94 (Arrival Departure Record) and does not submit
an I-766, see RM 10211.195.
If the parolee presents both an I-94 and I-766, the exception to requiring two documents
does not apply. Enter the I-766 in the Proof of Legal Alien Status page and the I-94
in the Proof of Identity and Proof of Age page. For additional information, see RM 10210.020