Applying for a business license or receiving a public contract? Our E-Verify service brings your company into compliance with new state laws and federal contractor rules that require E-Verify verification to qualify for public contracts or to maintain business licensing.
We pride ourselves on prompt, personal service. When our client companies call, a live person answers the phone… usually one of the owners or a high-level manager. We have made E-Verify easy for thousands of employers from across the country!
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Is E-Verify Required in Your State?
Numerous states including Georgia, Texas, Alabama, Mississippi, Arizona, South Carolina and Utah require employers to enroll in E-Verify, a federal program for verifying new hires. If you have attempted to renew your business license and been told that you need a `federal work authorization user identification number,` you are probably in a state that requires E-Verify. Find out if E-Verify is required in your state