Common Issues and Problems

Errors or information missing from the I-9 form can delay the successful completion of a verification. This article lists the most common issues and problems related to the completion and … Read more

New Employee Checklist

Need a step-by-step guide to get you through the verification process? This article outlines your responsibilities as an E-Verify participant when you hire a new employee. 1. Completing the I-9 … Read more

E-Verify: The Basics

Keep these fundamental rules of the E-Verify program in mind to maintain compliance with the Memorandum of Understanding and federal employment law: 1. You may not use E-Verify to prescreen … Read more

E-Verify Letters and Notices in Thirteen Languages

The Department of Homeland Security and Social Security Administration TNC notices and referral letters are offered in nine languages including English, Spanish, Chinese, Haitian-Creole, Japanese, Korean, Russian, Tagalog, Carolinian, Chamorro, … Read more

How Do I Find a Card Number?

If the new hire presents a Permanent Resident Card, Resident Alien Card or Employment Authorization Document (EAD), E-Verify will require both the Card Number and the Alien Number. The Alien Number is … Read more

When Photo Matching is Required

The photo matching step is required when a new employee presents one of the following documents for the I-9 form: Permanent Resident Card (I-551) Employment Authorization Document (I-766) Unexpired U.S. … Read more

Proving Your Enrollment in E-Verify

Occasionally, you may need to prove your company’s enrollment in E-Verify… for example, if you are a federal contractor or if your state, county or city requires proof of enrollment … Read more

Should I Verify Rehires in E-Verify?

Employers will often rehire workers that they had employed previously. The question arises– whether or not employers should check rehires in E-Verify. Checking rehires in E-Verify: Yes or No? The … Read more