the name mismatch seems to be a topic that not too many people are giving ideas on. Is it because its too complex. The SSA and USCIS and DHS could create a one month discussion on E Verity Listens on this very important topic. This would reduce letter being sent out when the name does not match the DHS data base on the form I-9
DHS and SSA should ask employers to post a sign in theirs office that states that the names on their SS card should be the same as the names they put on the form I-9. When jobs hunters fill out their form I-9 for employment, this would save time for both parties and avoid letters bean sent to either parties about mismatch names.
On the new form1-9 it state that all new work employee and should fill out this form of Employment eligibility verification and Re verification of all old employee USCIS should check on company that delay on filling out the new 1-9 form this could help employee know their right to work sometime their are mistake made on the section one of the form that do not match the data of DHS and the employee may receive a TNC... more »
when going for an interview at any USCIS centre security check plus fingerprint and photographs will be the implemented to protect identity fraud and threats of national security this should help employor to verifier job appliance status to work in the us this would also help when filling out form 1-9
To ensure that an applicant has been e-verified, a unique identification code/number should appear on I-9 PLUS on 1099 and ON TAX RETURNS. This will ensure that all employees are forced to use this system. It should be required even for existing employees to prevent someone slipping through the cracks.
Back in the 1980s-1990s-2000s the SSA looked at the EAD or the LPR card and most American (no-Latinos] SSA employees were really confused with the concept that Latinos have TWO LAST NAMES, so, the SSA employees picked the second last name (by the way: the mother's last name] as the last name (which is only half of the employee's last name) So, more than one million alien residents have mismatches at the SSA. When a man... more »
We would like to receive an email with the I9 Expiring Credentials information 90, 60 or 30 days prior to the expiriration date. What are your thoughts?
Also, if the applicant has an email address on file (your government records), can they too get an alert reminder to renew their credentials?
I think that along with theEverify system all items being mailed should require a signature confirming receipt of the documents/ it is sad that the goverment requires someone to repay for documents they never received. the burden of proof should be on the mailer and not the receipiant
I would want to believe that the reason why the USCIS established the E-verify is to prevent people who are not authorize to work here in the USA from doing so. Whoever dreamt of the ideal had good intentions but lacked the full-proof means of preventing the unauthorized from doing so. Many people beat the system through impersonation.The E-verify only ask you to put the information to be able to determine the eligibility... more »
People are still cheating the E-verify and to me it is not fulll proof. I have done a lot of investigations and I know for sure that some immigrants who do not have documents to work here in the United States of America impersonate people who have legit documents and use their information to beat the E-verify. I am ready to submitt proof. The HomeHealth sector is one of the areas.
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!
Job applicants AFTER accepting a job offer from an employer should be able to conduct a Self Check E-Verify at the hiring site in private with notification of authorized employment to employer. Since the process emulates the Form I-9/E-verify process there can be no discrimination issues and could replace the entire Form I-9 process saving great expense and time for employer while protecting the employee and employer... more »
With the white house's heavy focus on helping Vets get employed, they added a tax credit component for any vet who's been unemployed for more than 4 weeks. When a company hires a vet, they need to submit documentation to support the fact that they are a vet, the date they were discharged - typically a DD214 for suffices. However, if there was a way through everify that this information could be online, it would help... more »
Currently these 2 programs give conflicting advice on how to handle the storage of photos when using the photo matching tool within e-verify. E-verify guidance contradicts EOPF guidance.
if I want to hire a person for a week a day or permantly I should be able to ask for a social security # or a driver's license with a photo I.D.if the employment is to be any length of time.Any legitimate person will hve one or both of those to apply for a job.I should be able to access this database easily from any computer.