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Allow a user to correct the closure code on an E-Verify case within a short window such as 24 hours. Cases closed incorrectly cannot be corrected today without creating a new case, which may not be the best approach. Both the original and updated closure codes would need to be retained in the E-Verify database. This would help improve E-Verify's statistics and allow the user to correct mistakes that could result in unnecessary ...more »
Would like WebServices to include adding/creating employer cases as well as managing the MOU process. This would automate the employer registration process for Employer Agents using Web Services, and reduce the need to manage that from the E-Verify portal.
Our employees routinely interchange and refer to themselves with their two last names. How should they enter their names on the I-9? An HR source told me that both names are their legal last name, so if they put one or both, that was fine, but I want to know for sure how we are to correctly enter names when there is a First, Middle and two Last names.
Add a field to the E-Verify Web Services interface to identify the end user that is processing the E-Verify case. Today, the only user identified is the individual who is the Employer Agent contact.
Add an E-Verify Web Services topic to E-Verify Listens. There are a number of enhancements that could improve this interface.
E-Verify should automate the TNC notification process to eliminate the manual steps. 100% of my TNC's resolve successfully - often within a few hours. It takes me longer to reachout to the employee, explain what's happened and provide the necessary documents. I suggest that when a TNC is created in E-Verify, the system should email the employee with the appropriate information and next steps with a 'cc' to the employer ...more »
For mandatory tutorials for updates only, it would be useful to have a one-time skip option for users. I understand that USCIS/DHS need to roll out updates on weekends for time to test and verify that the update went through during low/slow volume periods. However, Monday is an almost universal start date for most new hires. Having to take the tutorial before you can move to processing is a burden to large employers ...more »
As our wave of summer interns has passed (116 interns were hired Between May 15 and June 15), it was evident again this year that college students are not familiar with I-9s and E-Verify. While my company sends 2 emails and makes 1 personal phone call to each employee on the Friday before their start date reminding them to bring in their appropriate IDs, 25% of our interns did not comply and did not read the instructions ...more »
I think it would be a great tool to also use this site to verify W-9 information provided by vendors. It is an increasing problem with illegitimate companies scamming business out of money. Recently we had a company out of Texas provide us W9 and Insurance Certs (a requirement for us to release payment). Their tax ID number did not look right and when I tried to verify it through the State and IRS website, I came up with ...more »
when entering and hitting tab, go to next entry field, not the "help". Those familiar with entering have to tab 2-3 times to get to the entry field. Takes time.
If you are a company in which you have multiple employing entities that you oversee and you have to create separate E-Verify accounts for them, it is difficult to know which log in is for which company. It would be helpful if when you log in it says the company name on the account in the upper corner where it says the user name, etc. Otherwise it can be hard to remember which account you are logged into.
if the SSA isn't available, it would be a good idea to put a warning up when you log on so you don't have to keep entering all the info just to be told "SSA Unavailable" ~ again & again & again
When my company hires foreign students, they don't always have an SSN because they are newly arrived to the country. This makes it difficult to initiate a case in E-Verify since they are applying and waiting for SSA to issue them an SSN and a card. It would be great if I could enter the information into E-Verify without the SSN.
Hi, I'm not sure if this topic have been discussed in this discussion board but is there anything that is being done to keep the everify network tightly secured? One of our employees brought up identity theft and it made me think of all the information that is collected on everify...
thoughts? comments? suggestions?