Remove Section 3 and require a new I-9 to be completed for all new hires, rehired, and reverifications. In addition, require an E-Verify case to be created for each I-9. This would standardize the process and improve compliance rates. However, it may require legislation to implement.
In the description of new proposed E-Verify enhancements to require E-Verify to be used to reverify an employee's work authorization the E-Verify reverification cannot be done before the expiration of the employee's previous employment authorization expires. This puts an additional burden on the employer since many Form I-9 reverifications are completed on or before the expiration date. The E-Verify reverification should ...more »
If the telephone number entered on Form I-9 is a mobile number, E-Verify could text TNC and reverification information to the employee. If the employer's profile included a mobile number, then E-Verify could text the same information to the employer.
Currently, E-Verify only tracks an employee's initial work authorization expiration date that is determined when the employee's case is created. This update would allow the employer to indicate an employees updated work expiration date after a reverification is completed. This way E-Verify could notify the employer and employee of a subsequent work authorization expiration.
To properly process cases for the new reverification feature E-Verify may need to: 1. Allow a case to be updated indicating the employee's immigration status has changed 2. Allow a user (website and Web Services) to indicate that the employee is no longer employed 3. Track the first and all subsequent work authorization expiration dates 4. Allow reverification cases to be submitted prior to the work authorization expiration ...more »
Send an email notice to the employer and the employee (if the employee's email was entered in E-Verify) explaining that the employee's work authorization will expire in a number of days. A standard number of days such as 90, or whatever makes sense, could be used. A more useful approach would be to allow the employer to set the number of days for such notification in their E-Verify profile.