I suggest to create a link from the Employer E-verify system to the Employee to open(weblink via email or text message) in the moment when the employer to create the case. So the employee can to fill the I-9 or to confirm the data as well and upload they choose documents as required under the E-verify procedures and than after submitted the form the system can show and emailed for both parts(Employer and Employee) the ...more »
As well happen with the federal contractor we suggest the private company use E-verify for yours subcontractors too for protect the workers and the salary for everyone and than the market can keep in continue sinergy with American law and wage.
As a large employer with over 300 remote locations, it would be nice as the Corporate Program Administrator to have a working Dashboard of all cases (open, closed, TNCs, etc) so that I can work with locations to troubleshoot issues, monitor TNCs and get cases closed out quickly. It would also be nice to have a search feature that allows you to search by name, location or SSN
In some cases when we are dealing with bulk hiring. There should be an option in E-Verify to upload file with all of the particulars that we put in I9 documents. So that system automatically upload the information. If something came up like TNC or anything then we have notification for that particular case and we can handle easily.
We have a suggestion to USCIS: to create a reader for employers to get all employees informations through they ID's because it will be reducing any errors/mistake when they to fill the forms and the USCIS and Employers have more accurate data and agility in this process.
I disagree with any mandated use of E-Verify. At a time when most employers are understaffed, there should be some allowance for common sense and old-fashioned trust. Yes, it should be illegal to hire undocumented workers; however, employers should have the option of trusting HR personnel to review the completed I-9 and documentation, sign off on it if they honestly believe the documents to be legitimate, then be done ...more »
I am an Audit Director for a State agency. My agency has a large number of State contracts. E-verify is included in these contracts as a requirement under our State law. According to your website, "Many states require employers to disclose E-Verify case information to state auditors as proof of compliance with state laws requiring use of E-Verify as a condition of state business licensing. Employers and their E-Verify ...more »
Would be wonderful if you could add REAL ID to list of acceptable List A documents since you have to provide all of these documents to receive it from DMV anyway.
When E-Verify and/or the web services has an outage, there is no public visibility that an issue is occurring. This leads our clients to believe the issue is on our end rather than one with E-Verify or the web services. Please post public notices of outages or slowness with either system so that it is clear where a problem lies rather than let employer agents receive the criticism with no way to dispute it.
We are an E-verify employer agent and I recently learned that the Case Resolution team can only see our contact information, and cannot see our client companies points of contact to be able to speak to them about specific case issues. We ensure the points of contact are up to date for our client companies, but if the Case resolution team cannot see them it slows case resolutions since they have to contact us first to ...more »
Please can the Lists of Acceptable Documents be updated to include something such as, "If presenting a List B document to an employer that participates in E-Verify, the List B document must contain a photograph". In addition, the area that reads, "For persons under age 18 who are unable to present a document listed above" to reiterate in this area that an E-Verify employer can only see List B documents that contain a ...more »
Since manuals (including the M-274) are not being posted as web pages on the public I-9 Central website, there are issues with the formatting that cause the 'what's updated' tables to place column headers over the update information. I have no problem with posting manuals as web pages, however, USCIS must either fix the formatting issues are simply post the manual as a PDF too. My preference is that all manuals be posted ...more »