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.
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.
Can E-Verify notify the user entering a new case if there was previously a case created for the same individual, that is within the 3 year time period with valid IDs? A pop-up notification of a historically verified case would decrease entries into E-Verify without having to search each hire to determine if they are new or old; have a case or not; etc. As a construction company with a high turnover and rehire rate, this... more »
We all make mistakes. My company uses the Employer Case ID field as a search option....we enter the employee's ID # here. If a simple mistake like transposing two numbers happens then it becomes impossible for us to use this field at a later date.
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 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.
Paragrah A.6.a. of the MOU provides that if the employee presents a List B document, that employers may only accept List B documents that contain a photo. The E-Verify website Q&A's also states Persons under the age of 18 and adults must provide E-Verify employers with a List B document that includes a photograph. This requirement overrules the exception for minors completing Form I-9. However, when creating a case in... more »
Combine the close case process into a single question. 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 »
E-Verify should automate the TNC notification process to eliminate the manual steps. 100% of my TNC's resolve successfully - often within a few hours. It takes me longer to reachout to the employee, explain what's happened and provide the necessary documents. I suggest that when a TNC is created in E-Verify, the system should email the employee with the appropriate information and next steps with a 'cc' to the employer... more »
Allow a user to re-run a recent (e.g., within 10 days) E-Verify case not closed as Employment Authorized by pulling up the case and modifying some of the information. There are a number of situations in which an employee's initial E-Verify case must be closed due to a keying error or other error. The user could pull up the case, make the corrections to the data and resubmit the case. This would save time and avoid subsequent... more »
Allow a user to correct the closure code on an E-Verify case within a short window such as 24 hours. Cases closed incorrectly cannot be corrected today without creating a new case, which may not be the best approach. Both the original and updated closure codes would need to be retained in the E-Verify database. This would help improve E-Verify's statistics and allow the user to correct mistakes that could result in unnecessary... more »
Recently a user entered info incorrectly causing a TNC then closed the case with "data entered incorrectly" Then they tried to enter the case with correct info and could not get around the "Duplicate Case" (Both cases entered had the same ssn.) Would it be possible for the "Duplicate Case" come with a "warning" flag and user could enter a reason why it is a duplicate case, then continue entering the case to obtain... more »
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.
When employees select "Alien authorized to work" and provide their I-94 number in Section 1, they still have the ability to use an EAD Card (List A). When entering the E-Verify case, the system forces you to enter the A/USCIS # and does not have the option to enter the I-94 number. This seems inconsistent.
We have many employees whose primary language is not English, and they are often confused because the headings for the TNC information are under the information described (name appears ABOVE "Employee's Last Name, First Name"). They are also confused by A-Number when it is left blank (because they don't have one)--is it possible to add "not applicable" instead of leaving it blank?