On July 1, E-Verify announced a new customer service enhancement that will allow email notifications to employees of a TNC at the same time E-Verify notifies the employer. If a Tentative Nonconfirmation (TNC) is received, employees who have provided their email address will be directly notified of the TNC.
When the employee provides an email address on Form I-9, we must enter it into E‑Verify. The new email notification process does not replace the current TNC process. Employers are still required to notify employees of TNCs and their right to contest.
Our Client Companies should contact us with questions about the new procedure. To view samples of notifications that your new hires may receive from E-Verify, go here.
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