The public USCIS E-Verify pages provide a report of employers using E-Verify. However, this report only shows that the employer is enrolled in E-Verify. It does not confirm that the employer actually uses E-Verify. There is also no way for a third-party such as a state to confirm the employer's E-Verify Company ID. It would be most helpful to include the employer's Company ID as well as the number of cases processed in ...more »
With the new approach to publishing E-Verify manuals on the public USCIS website, it is very important to fully test that the manuals, in total, properly export to PDF. The E-Verify manual recently posted the use of tabs in the manual presentation only exporting the first tab. This resulted in an incomplete manual that did not contain all of the information in the tabs after the first tab. It is important that all printing ...more »
Provide an automated method for employer agents and individual employers to enter and update employer locations in E-Verify without any manual intervention. The current bulk upload method still requires a file of locations to be created for each employer and then manually submitted via the E-Verify employer or employer agent website. This approach is an unnecessary burden on large, decentralized employers and especially ...more »
I want to suggest that “START HERE” should be located at the top Left or Right corner. I think it should be the FIRST thing they see when they open up the page.
Please deal with the moronic, script-kiddie password policy. Didn't we discover, years ago, that short passwords with goofy rules that have to be changed frequently reduces security? Hasn't there been enough research on that topic? For starters, for those of us who don't HAVE to use e-verify, the password policy is a frustrating, silly impediment to compliance. 14 characters is much too short, and your team ought ...more »
Please consider adding a date of birth field to both case audit reports. This piece of data is required for entry, from Section 1, of the I-9 form. In the instance of audit necessity, where an employee's identity and authorization to work in the US is required, the E-verify system case audit reports would show the DOB and SSN; without having to pull all the documents. This would save employers an enormous amount of time ...more »
To help employers and promote consistency in the completion of Form I-9, the USCIS lists of suggested/preferred document titles and issuing authorities should be listed on I-9 Central. This would be a big help suppliers of electronic systems and their customers as well as E-Verify M&C, ICE, and IER.
Correct the following typos in the following FAQ on I-9 Central under List A Documents - Work Authorization and Identity. CORRECTION: In the last sentence the word 'employee?s' should be changed to 'employee's' and the term 'From-I-20' should be changed to 'Form I-20' FAQ ON I-9 CENTRAL I noticed on Form I-9 that under List A there are three spaces for document numbers and expiration dates. Does this mean I have to ...more »
I have the Adobe Acrobat Reader app on my iPad, with DC subscription to Document Cloud. I have followed the instructions to save the I-9 (enhanced version) to the Document Cloud, and then go into the app to open the I-9. However, it will not open (it tells me I need Acrobat Reader, which I already have and am using with all updates complete). I can open the enhanced I-9 on my Mac, but I cannot open it on my iPad. Has ...more »
When entering Tags, a drop-down list of matching Tags is automatically displayed. Some of these Tags contain invalid characters. These Tags must be removed so that only VALID Tags are displayed in the drop-down list.
There is no information in the M-274 Handbook or on the I-9 Central website about recording the document number of an I-551 on Form I-9 or any guidance that an employer using E-Verify must copy both sides of a Photo Match document. This information must be provided if employers are to maintain a compliant Form I-9 and E-Verify process. In addition, the M-274 should have picture examples of how to complete Form I-9 for ...more »
When an employee presents a photo match document for Section 2 the employer must be instructed to copy both sides of the document and retain them with Form I-9. This is especially important when the employer uses an agent to process E-Verify cases. For example, without copying both sides of the I-551 the agent will not have access to the document number that is required to create a case for the employee in E-Verify.