One of the risks to employers and immigration is the use of Tribal Docs in B & C. The document lacks guidance on what is acceptable. More detail should be given if all Native America ID's ( even those not federally recognized such as Piscataway Convoy Tribe) on whether or not the document is acceptable. Also, some tribes have sold their membership ID's to aliens to get them work (Little Shell Pembina). The use of these ...more »
Global Entry and SENTRI cards are used as passport cards at ports of entry. Why are they not recognized by E-verify?
I think it would be great having a document search engin in E-Verify to enter the document that the employee provides in order to determine whether the document is acceptable, if it is list A,B or C, and who is the issuing authority.
To help employers and promote consistency in the completion of Form I-9, the USCIS lists of suggested/preferred document titles and issuing authorities should be listed on I-9 Central. This would be a big help suppliers of electronic systems and their customers as well as E-Verify M&C, ICE, and IER.
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.
Our (very large) company has its own automated system of tracking expiring work authorization documents, therefore the Work Authorization Docs Expiring alerts is not needed and, in fact, is a lot of extra work for us to have to either 1. sit and manually dismiss EVERY - SINGLE - ALERT one at a time or 2. ignore them completely and have a list of literally THOUSANDS of alerts piling up every day. There should be a way ...more »
An employee's visa is not a valid form of work authorization per the Form I-9 Lists of Acceptable Documents, and overdocumentation is considered to be discriminatory. Therefore, why is visa number requested for E-Verify?