Why is it that when the employee submits their email address, the employer is no longer sent TNC notifications? The employer has always received notifications, and should, being that they are responsible for E-Verify compliance and the compliance of their workforce. After all, this is their employee.
Add "Employee no longer works at company" to the next page so that there are now four choices:
1. Person is no longer employed with company.
2. Person is employed and continues to work for the employer after receiving an Employment Authorized result.
3. The case is invalid because another case with the same data already exists.
4.The case is invalid because... more »
It would be great if E-Verify would allow us to re-verify the work authorization for employees whose documents expire. That way we can ensure that the new information is correct.
I have employees who have only one name. E-Verify doesn't accept one name submissions. I have to add unknown in either the first name field or last name field. Additionally, more often than naught, these employees receive a TNC. I think E-Verify should be updated so that cases can be easily created for employees with one name.
Since we have 3 business days to create new cases for new hires, I think 2013 and 2014 should be the only available options for year of hire. All other years should be eliminated.
However, when creating a case in... more »
DHS and E-Verify have made changes to the TNC emails. This is good for employers and employee. When verifying employment status there is now a given time to respond to the TNC when the records do not match there data base or if your SSN is not updated and needs to be done eg a different name.
I noticed that E-Verify didn't have a timeframe to close cases. I've set timeframes for my staff to do this, but I think it would be helpful if E-Verify set an official timeframe to close cases.
I think it would be nice if there was a way to close multiple cases at once instead of having to close each case one at a time.
E-Verify allows a restricted Social Security Card to be entered even though the I-9 clearly states that a restricted SSC cannot be used on the I-9. I suggest E-Verify send an alert that a restricted SSC cannot be used for input into the E-Verify system.
Add an identifier or name to identify the user (employer or agent) processing an E-Verify case. When using an agent who provides web service functionality (such as an electronic Form I-9 system) only the name of the employee registered as the agent contact is tracked with the case. This would provide much improved tracking and forensics for every case processed by web services.