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alert on mobile phone

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.

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the way that I would access E-Verify on my smartphone could be if USCIS apps has a secure login on like the one on the computer site that mean no other person would be able to access it but myself

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Moving Forward with Technology

I just thought of a great idea. It would be amazing if once the applicable document for Form I-9 is selected, we had the option of taking a picture of the document with our phone/tablet and all data will be scanned into the system automatically. Just like with banking, you take a picture of a check and electronically deposit the amount to your account. This will reduce time in creating a case for new hires. You will still ...more »

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With the new apps that e-verify is developing an eprint tool could be added to the app from the mobile phone or tablet and the user would have to use a security question before any printing could be done plus their login to the website

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I have a mobile app for android is it worth it

I have a mobile android app that provides most of the functionality of the current Internet site, you can login, get notifications, submit verifications, verify someone for work remotely from your android phone. I need to know if others are interested in this app, if so I can deploy it to the Android Play Store.

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You could use mobile e-verify to check your status on line and send or receive emails or text messages to or from DHS about your employment eligibility.

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Mobile Self Check

Self Check would be a good first mobile app for E-Verify. The app could also provide access to I-9 Central and E-Verify information as well as TPS and other information helpful in completing Form I-9. Document samples could also be provided.

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Text information to employer and employee

If the telephone number entered on Form I-9 is a mobile number, E-Verify could text TNC and reverification information to the employee. If the employer's profile included a mobile number, then E-Verify could text the same information to the employer.

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Provide a mobile app for myE-Verify

With a mobile app for myE-Verify a user could immediately block their SSN if they are a victim of identity theft, a security breach, or a hack.

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I-9 process can and should be automated with an app

The entire I-9 and employee onboarding process can and should be automated with a smartphone app. To identify the potential employee, the app should take a picture of the employee, and of each identity document. The identity documents can be processed with ID reading software such as idMax. (https://ocrsolutions.com/scanners/software/id-reading-software/) This provides all the information which appears on an I-9 form ...more »

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