In addition to the number format for the dates but also in the format that shows date, month, year since this follows most passport dates.
E-Verify could implement an alert apps on mobile phones this could help the people who do not have a computer and it would provide more security for the people who have to use a public use computer. Every one has a mobile phone this would help when E-Verify sends out important letters or emails.
When a tutorial is going to be required by e-verify Corp Admin, Prog Administrators, or General Users a friendly notice in advance to Corp Administrators would be VERY helpful. Then we could notify those individuals who would have productivity slowed by having to take the tutorial before a case could be entered.
As part of the account set up process, e-verify should begin to have a process where they validate who the users are that are given access to the system. ie. is this the right NAICS code, is this the right POC information, is the company size being listed properly, is their company profile information standardized across the system etc.
Currently, if I enter an employee as an Alien Authorized to Work with a Foreign passport with Arrival/Departure Record (Form I-94), the radio button defaults to Alien Number instead of I-94 Number. This is one extra annoying step that seems counterintuitive to selecting Passport/I-94 in the first place, since most of our employees who have an Alien Number are providing an EAD.
I have downloaded a list of employers from my state (Rhode Island) that have signed on to use E-Verify. How can I know if they are actually using the system, or if this is just a ruse to make people believe they are using it? Perhaps you could expand these lists to include the number of employees entered for verification and the number accepted or rejected. I'm cynical and have every right to be!
If a user is attempting to run a case on an employee, and that empoyee's hire date preceeds the MOU date the user should be blocked from running this case as it is a violation of the MOU. This makes more sense than sending a follow up e-mail telling them that they performed a behavior that they shouldn't have.
There are a variety of tasks that might need to be completed - closing a case, the re-verification of eligibility for someone whose documents are expiring, etc. Why not email a reminder that there is something to be done? I have employees with documents that don't expire until 2019. Ok, hang on a second, let me flip my calendar to seven years hence and mark on it to re-check their documents. If I am not here, since ...more »
It would be nice to be able to search all cases (closed, in progress, open) at once instead of having to click on the radio button and go back to check each one. Also, searching by name would be helpful.
I would like to see E-verify send me friendly reminders if there is action that needs to be taken within e-verify. An example would be that if I have open cases for extended periods of times I can go in and run a report to identify those, but my staff doesn't always know that they need to do this. It would be helpful for E-verify to send me an e-mail or an alert to remind me or my staff that I have open cases.
Our process is that someone will verify that the I-9 and E-Verify were completed correctly. It would be great if we could correct an error in E-Verify. For example, if a name is misspelled, the case will still close with resolve Authorized but once we realize the error, there is no way to attach the correct name to that case.
If E-Verify insists on using multiple data entry pages to create a case, which doesn’t seem very efficient for the user, then the chevrons should be a menu of the pages allowing the user to jump to a specific page rather than having to backup by clicking multiple Back buttons slowing the process since it takes time to load each page. Also, since a case has not been created the Verification Results and Close Case chevrons ...more »