DHS and USCIS have the right to chose what document is right for verifying the employment of workers in the US. This card it not one of them.
This one may be controversial, but give it a chance: Why do we still have I-9 forms at all? Many ideas on this site regard ease of transferring data from the I9 into E-Verify. But if you participate in E-verify, you are already entering all relevant data into a giant database that returns an "Authorized" or "Not Authorized" result. The data is stored in the database for future reference. So why do we still fill, process,... more »
social security number only no card required, I cant understand why we would except a birth Certificate that may have a differnt last name but will not except a credit card with the same names as the list B document.
E-verify is a wonderful tool in checking legal US Citizenship status. In my opinion, all 50 States should be mandated into using e-verify for ALL businesses.
By default the focus should be on the Active tab when accessing E-Verify Listens rather than the Review tab.
When the comments waiting to be posted to an idea are approved only once or twice a week it makes it hard to follow-up with a reply if desired, especially if the reply is to a comment that was originally written by you. I'm not saying that the moderators need to be around 24/7, but going through any pending comments and new ideas in the queue at least once each business day sounds reasonable to me (and would make any... more »
This may require development by Ideascale, but it would be helpful for your user community to monitor progress if the date an idea is marked complete was included on the idea's page and in the summary information that is displayed when the Completed tab is clicked.
I think the Document Expiration Date should be in the same window as the Document Name and Document State
No information is currently displayed under the Votes tab for an idea. Display the users and their votes to provide transparency and hold users accountable for their votes.
With the automation of e-verify from HR systems directly to the E-Verify website, it would be helpful to have notifications of cases sent via an automated email. This would help in identifying cases that need additional attention in a more timely manner.
I disagree with any mandated use of E-Verify. At a time when most employers are understaffed, there should be some allowance for common sense and old-fashioned trust. Yes, it should be illegal to hire undocumented workers; however, employers should have the option of trusting HR personnel to review the completed I-9 and documentation, sign off on it if they honestly believe the documents to be legitimate, then be done... more »
All USCIS emails I've received lately from USCIS@public.govdelivery.com have two embedded URLs that cannot be found. This causes Outlook to attempt to retrieve them in a modal fashion and lock up Outlook for several minutes. The URLs in question are:
Is it possible to put a revision date on the posters so that we can easily track the versions? I manage several hundred locations and it's not always easy to tell the difference when a poster is updated. A date would help.
When we acquire large contracts, we have to run everify reports on each new employee. I am currently running 3700 employees; a batch option would be awesome!
How effective is E-Verify when cases of unverified employment are existent in a business that is listed on USCIS E-Verify website as a subscriber.