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    Employers may also be required to participate in E-Verify if their states have legislation mandating the use of E-Verify, such as a condition of business licensing. Finally, in some instances employers may be required to participate in E-Verify as a result of a legal ruling.

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      E-Verify Support The E-Verify Contact Center is available to...

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    • About E-Verify

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  3. What Are The States That Require E-Verify - I-9

    Here are the states that require the use of E-Verify: Alabama – Applies to all employers. Arizona – Applies to all employers. Colorado – Applies to contractors that are awarded a contract from a state agency. The contractor must use E-Verify or Colorado’s own employee verification system. Florida – Applies to state contractors and subcontractors.

  4. List of States That Require E-Verify | Efficient Hire

    In every State, Federal Contractors and any of their subcontractors with qualifying contracts that contain the FAR (Federal Acquisition Regulation) E-Verify clause are required to use E-Verify. The specific details of E-Verify requirements vary by state. To determine if your business is required to utilize E-Verify, check your local City, County, or State government laws. Businesses need to understand the requirements in their own state.

  5. Everything You Need to Know About E-Verify - GovDocs

    Employers who participate in E-Verify must post the E-Verify and Right to Work posters, in English and Spanish, at the company’s hiring location. The posting is required for: Federal contractors Employers in states required to use E-Verify (see Which employers are required to use E-Verify?)


    E-Verify Required? May I Choose To Verify This Employee? Perform support work such as general company administration or indirect or overhead functions and do not perform any substantial duties applicable to the contract. However, you must verify these employees if the employee is a new hire or if you choose to verify your entire workforce. No. Yes

  7. 1.5 User Rules and Responsibilities - E-Verify

    Use E-Verify to discriminate against you on the basis of your race, color, religion, sex (pregnancy, gender identity, sexual orientation), national origin, age (40 or over), disability, or genetic information.

  8. Questions and Answers - E-Verify

    E-Verify Employer Agent Clients: You must sign an MOU and submit it to your E-Verify employer agent. After you submit the MOU and your enrollment is active, your E-Verify employer agent must create cases in E-Verify for all of your new hires at the location(s) specified.

  9. What is E-Verify – and how does it work for employers?

    Since 2009, all federal contractors and their subcontractors (paid over $3,000) have been required to use E-Verify to confirm that their new hires and all existing employees working directly on federal contracts are authorized to work in the US.

  10. The Pros and Cons of Registering for E-Verify - SHRM

    Pros. Some state and federal government contractors are required to use E-Verify. The E-Verify requirement is specified in the contract. Although E-Verify is currently voluntary for most employers ...

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