After closing a case, the Case Details page that prints says "Page 1 of 1", but prints on 2 pages. Printing one extra page for each E-Verify case quickly increases printing costs. Please reorganize the Case Details page to print to a smaller area, or remove the blank information fields.
When we first started E-Verify, the reports would output the social security number. This was very helpful for checking that we have E-Verified all required employees. Now it only displays the last 4 digits so I have a manual process to see if my employees have been done because many people have the same last 4 digits. I cannot use name as people change their names often. Also, E-Verify does not verify that names are... more »
Add a topic to E-Verify Listens for Reports. Feedback on the reports should be separated from the E-Verify website since they are also available to agents through the agent website. Agents and employers may have very different needs and uses for the existing reports or ideas for new reports.
It would be nice to have the full name of the user pull into the Quick Audit Report. When running this report it only pulls in the username. When auditing it can take a whole day to add that information in if you are in a company with more than a few users.
E-Verify should add a report that would show the percentage of cases per specific document presented by list. For example, the number of cases per each specific List A, List B (RIDE document by state), and List C.
There should either be a section in the E-Verify User Manual or a separate Reports Manual that details the contents of each report (report layout with field names and field attributes), the purpose for each report, how to use each report, how to the information in each report to an employer system (e.g., when a 9-digit SSN is not provided), the minimum/maximum size of each report, explain all limitations of each report,... more »
Separate ideas regarding E-Verify reports into their own category. Reports become a more important component of E-Verify as the program expands. This allows employers to better monitor usage and to report E-Verify information to states that request/require it.
The public USCIS E-Verify pages provide a report of employers using E-Verify. However, this report only shows that the employer is enrolled in E-Verify. It does not confirm that the employer actually uses E-Verify. There is also no way for a third-party such as a state to confirm the employer's E-Verify Company ID. It would be most helpful to include the employer's Company ID as well as the number of cases processed in... more »