Form I-9

Section 3 - Re-hires

Can we please have section 3 expanded for several re-hire (as a second page to the I-9? We have called several times and received different answers to the same question. We are a temporary Job Placement agency, we send an employee to work for 2 weeks we e-verify, then he has a break for 2 days. He then returns to work on assignment for 1 week - we fill in section 3 as a rehire. (Per direction from the help desk-we... more »

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18 votes
24 up votes
6 down votes

Enrollment and Getting Started

Email Notices-Corp Administrator

When a tutorial is going to be required by e-verify Corp Admin, Prog Administrators, or General Users a friendly notice in advance to Corp Administrators would be VERY helpful. Then we could notify those individuals who would have productivity slowed by having to take the tutorial before a case could be entered.

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42 votes
46 up votes
4 down votes

Form I-9

I-9 Form

Since the Social Security Administration records (i.e. Social Security Number) is a part of the eVerify system, I suggest that the "expiration" line on List C be used to enter the name as it is on the SSCard. This will encourage employers to enter employees under the name on record with SSA. This will also reduce the number of no match letters that are issued to payroll departments.

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51 votes
62 up votes
11 down votes

Enrollment and Getting Started

E-Verify Posters

I would like the Right to Work Poster and the E-Verify Participation poster to be redesigned so that they do not incorporate a solid or colored background. It is such a waste of printer ink. Money is tight, and using printer ink for background fill is a waste of resources. Please allow us save our ink for words.

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75 votes
84 up votes
9 down votes

General

More needs to be done

People are still cheating the E-verify and to me it is not fulll proof. I have done a lot of investigations and I know for sure that some immigrants who do not have documents to work here in the United States of America impersonate people who have legit documents and use their information to beat the E-verify. I am ready to submitt proof. The HomeHealth sector is one of the areas.

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10 votes
14 up votes
4 down votes

Form I-9

Remote Employees

With more and more employers utilizing remote employees, it is difficult to get an 'employer agent' to view/verify I-9 documents. Most Notaries in some states are unable to authenticate documents, they can only verify signatures. Guidance is needed from UCIS and E-Verify on how to properly document a remote employee and who can be utilized as an 'employer agent'.

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88 votes
95 up votes
7 down votes

Case Management

Ability to correct an error

Our process is that someone will verify that the I-9 and E-Verify were completed correctly. It would be great if we could correct an error in E-Verify. For example, if a name is misspelled, the case will still close with resolve Authorized but once we realize the error, there is no way to attach the correct name to that case.

Voting

143 votes
154 up votes
11 down votes
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E-Verify Website

Remove Username from Letters

The TNC letter and the Referral Letter both pre-populate the user's name and, on the Referral Letter, the user's phone number. As we are an Employer Agent who does not interact with the new hire re these letters, we must remove our user's info first before providing the letter to our client, the employer.

 

The requires valuable time and should be removed.

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30 votes
37 up votes
7 down votes

Form I-9

Definition of "Break in Employment" needs stronger parameters

The definition of break in employment is left up to the employer to define. I work with many temp agencies, and they view their employees as "active" even if they are not currently on an assignment, thus I am forced to accept an everify that is several years old. I would like to see tighter parameters around this topic.

Voting

69 votes
76 up votes
7 down votes

E-Verify Website

Case Details should print on 1 page, not 2

After closing a case, the Case Details page that prints says "Page 1 of 1", but prints on 2 pages. Printing one extra page for each E-Verify case quickly increases printing costs. Please reorganize the Case Details page to print to a smaller area, or remove the blank information fields.

Voting

193 votes
207 up votes
14 down votes

Form I-9

I-9 Form

Under Section 2 on the I-9 there is a space under where you fill in the List B and List C documents. I think that you could have a name listed on the documents field under each document with a reminder that if the social security card is in a different name that what is listed on Section 1 of the I-9 Form that this may result in an SSA TENTATIVE NONCONFIRMATION. I feel this would help them focus on the names and reduce... more »

Voting

30 votes
40 up votes
10 down votes

Case Management

Display Social Security Numbers on reports

When we first started E-Verify, the reports would output the social security number. This was very helpful for checking that we have E-Verified all required employees. Now it only displays the last 4 digits so I have a manual process to see if my employees have been done because many people have the same last 4 digits. I cannot use name as people change their names often. Also, E-Verify does not verify that names are... more »

Voting

36 votes
48 up votes
12 down votes

Case Management

Ease of data entry

Most people write dates on the I9 numerically, but e-Verify requires that a month is entered alpha ("Nov" instead of "11"). And, once a field is "full" (such as a Social Secuity number, the cursor should advance to the next field automatically rather than requiring a TAB. And when a driver's license is submitted, the user must select the state from a list. The process would be much faster if the user could enter the... more »

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157 votes
172 up votes
15 down votes

Enrollment and Getting Started

Validation of e-verify users

As part of the account set up process, e-verify should begin to have a process where they validate who the users are that are given access to the system. ie. is this the right NAICS code, is this the right POC information, is the company size being listed properly, is their company profile information standardized across the system etc.

Voting

36 votes
41 up votes
5 down votes