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  2. What's New - E-Verify

    Once a new employee has completed Form I-9, Employment Eligibility Verification, create a case in E-Verify for this employee. Enter the EAD document number you entered on Form I-9, as well as the automatically extended date of June 30, 2024. You must reverify these employees on Form I-9 before they start work on July 1, 2024.

  3. Self Check - E-Verify

    A number of things can happen between now and when a future employer creates an E-Verify case that may result in a mismatch. Those could include name changes, citizenship or immigration status changes, expiration of work authorization, or data entry error when your employer enters your information into E-Verify. It is important that you keep your records up to date with the U.S. government agencies to ensure an accurate employment eligibility verification process.

  4. Redesigned

    E-Verify is continually working to better serve you, and we are pleased to announce a refreshed that includes: A redesigned homepage which features: More intuitive navigation features; News and social media feeds that bring the most important content to the forefront Improved navigation and content updates including:

    • Create a new E-Verify Case
    • How to Close an E-Verify Case
    • E-Verify Benefits
    • How to Process and Refer an E-Verify Tentative Nonconfirmation Case
  5. KEY LINKS -

    Find additional Key Links for employers and employees: Questions and Answers (Q&As) E-Verify Q&As. Federal Contractors (FAR) Q&As. myE-Verify Q&As. Subscribe - receive email news and information updates from E-Verify. Interagency Websites. Department of Justice's Immigrant and Employee Rights (IER)

  6. Case History - E-Verify

    To access Case History, log in to your myE-Verify account. Select Case History from your account home. View instances of your own Self Check history and instances where employers created cases using your personal information. You will see if the response was “Employment Authorized” or “Tentative Nonconfirmation” (mismatch).

  7. 4.4 Case In Continuance - E-Verify

    Employers should check E-Verify periodically for case result updates. Employers may not terminate or take any other adverse action against an employee (such as denying work, delaying training, withholding pay, or otherwise assuming that he or she is not authorized to work) because of the mismatch, until the mismatch becomes a Final Nonconfirmation.

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