I would want to believe that the reason why the USCIS established the E-verify is to prevent people who are not authorize to work here in the USA from doing so. Whoever dreamt of the ideal had good intentions but lacked the full-proof means of preventing the unauthorized from doing so. Many people beat the system through impersonation.The E-verify only ask you to put the information to be able to determine the eligibility ...more »
Seems to me that with E Verify you could hold all businessmen accountable for failure to use your system. In addition, why not do a compare of all names with both Social Security and IRS records to ensure EVerify names and SS numbers match.
I STILL HAVE SEEN MAY CASES CLEAR E-VERIFY WHEN THEY SHOULDN'T HAVE. PROCESS NEEDS TO BE IMPROVED BY VERIFYING DRIVERS LICENSE/ID INFO WITH THE SOCIAL SECURITY ADMIN AND ALSO DRIVERS LICENSE PHOTO VERIFICATION ON ALL APPLICANTS SHOULD BE MANDATORY.
E-Verify is part of Discrimination Policy against Immigrants which strengthen employers to Exploitation. If it is honest the purpose of E-Verify should apply to every single employee by every employer. After all Corporations/employers Dictate Policies & Laws.
Why is there the need to have the employees include thier addresses? We will have this information on file for a new hire. Also, it is not entered in E-VErify and in trying to create error free paperwork it would be great to elminate this field all together.
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 »
We have a heavy Somalian workforce and having a letter available in the native language would be really beneficial.
The new hover tips are annoying, and when a photo matching dialogue comes up, the hover tip covers up the photo. There should be an option to disable it, or at least only have them appear if a required field is left blank.
For mandatory tutorials for updates only, it would be useful to have a one-time skip option for users. I understand that USCIS/DHS need to roll out updates on weekends for time to test and verify that the update went through during low/slow volume periods. However, Monday is an almost universal start date for most new hires. Having to take the tutorial before you can move to processing is a burden to large employers ...more »
I am to understand E-Verify checks the Social Security System to make sure the Social Security Card is a match to the person on the I-9. If the system checks the Social Security System to make sure the information matches. Why can’t we put a person in the E-verify without a Social Security Number? (1) Have a place where they can put the date and place they applied for the Social Security Card. (2) If the system ...more »
It appears that the identity verification service does not work correctly for some users for registering for myE-Verify. It provides a long list of possible reasons why it may not have worked, but does not tell you what to do to make it work, nor does it provide any alternate way to register. A manual verification process must be added as a backup. Without it, a government agency is relying entirely on commercially ...more »
Put in the students like you would a regular person. Have a selection for submitting for SSN. Since the SSN is attached to E-Verify, once the student applies it should update the status to applied. Once the SSN is approved it should update the status to approved and then you are notified and you can finish doing your regular questions and print.