Billions of dollars are lost each and every year, by Illegal Immigrants who file for tax returns and refunds, using fake or stolen Social Security identification. That's a Felony. So is using that I.D. on Federal Tax withholding forms. Also Felony Perjury. All people and companies who prepare taxes should, by law, be required to use E-Verify to confirm that the Social Security numbers are valid, before proceeding. If ...more »
With the new upgrade general users are able to see all the cases for their company, not just their individual entries, this is very problematic and time consuming for companies with multiple locations. It would be more ideal to only be able to view the cases you entered as to hold the proper people accountable for their open cases/ tentative cases/ work document expiring, as opposed to making everyone go through the list ...more »
Once the MOU is created by the agent, the client is requesting to change the contact information to other person. If we are going to update the contact information only Phone no and e-mail address is editable and contact name is grayed out. Please can you enhance the website on this issue.
Why does the system not ask for the state that issed the identification card and the expiration date when you enter the information? Is E-VERIFY able to cross reference the state's database with out this inforamtion? Seems like anyone who wants a job in the USA just needs to acquire a state issued ID and a fake SSN card.
Today, the Staging and the Production systems may not have identical code running because new code is tested on Staging. This means that testing, training, and debugging must be done on the Production system where a valid SSN and document numbers must be used. I suggest adding a Test system that is identical to Production except that is uses an E-Verify Simulator. This would allow it to be used 24/7 and would not require ...more »
The E-Verify GUI requires the user to upload scanned copies (front and back) of the employee's document before even creating a case. The only time E-Verify even needs the documents is if a) an initial status of DHS TNC is returned, AND b) the employee decides to contest the case results. This approach assumes that the person entering the information into E-Verify has a scanner and knows how to use it. It also increases ...more »
I was thinking it would be really great if the data you enter into E-Verify would automatically populate page 2 of the I-9 and save us time needing to re-enter it again onto the form. E-Verify would need an additional box to enter a person's driver's license number (which I have always wondered why it isn't already requested). It would cut down on errors typing or handwriting the information onto the form and we would ...more »
There should be an option to confirm that the social is correct when the system thinks the information is inputted wrong. The second screen allows you to edit if it is incorrect, but sometimes the social may be overlooked at that point. The last warning only allows you to correct the Name, Last Name, and DOB. Not SSN. A lot of the times it will be the social incorrect and a case will not close and is marked "Tentative", ...more »
We have a number of employees that choose to Contest a TNC Notice but then quit a couple days later. We used to have the option to close the case and report that they are no longer employed. Now we have to wait until a Final Non-Confirmation is given, which we've been waiting for 3 weeks after the date they had to report to the SSA Field Office. I'd like to close these cases and file them but I'm unable to do so. Please ...more »
I had a keying error on a SSN. When I read the instructions, it stated that the individual could review the information and tell the Employer if there was data incorrect. Then, the instruction states for the employer to close the case and re-enter the information to verify the employee. I am unable to close the case and this will take 8 to 10 business days to get a response from E-Verify. Instructions do not match what ...more »
I was asked to verify if I entered information correctly for the individual. It only asked name and DOB. Once I entered the next screen it was apparent I keyed the SSN incorrectly, a simple key stroke. I think that if I had the opportunity to review/validate all data that I entered, I would have caught it.
The dropdown at the end of the client enrollment process shows E-verify instead of E-Verify.