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
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
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.
Use myE-Verify to post links the proposed FNC documents and keep the links active for some period of time.
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.
Let's make Form I-9 an online form (Section 1, at least). When matched with E-Verify, the paper form seems redundant and inefficient. There's too much data entry. The employee has to fill out the form, and the employer has to reenter the information into E-Verify. Let's cut out the middle man. Here's what I suggest: Make Section 1 available online. 1. The employer gives the employee a link to the form, and s/he fills ...more »
If the employee's email address is not entered in Section 1 of Form I-9 and/or the employee has a myE-Verify account, use the employee's email and mobile telephone number in myE-Verify to notify the employee of changes in their E-Verify case such as a case created, employment authorized, TNC, referral, FNC, FNC review, and changing a TNC to employment authorized. This notification would also have the added benefit of ...more »