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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
You could use mobile e-verify to check your status on line and send or receive emails or text messages to or from DHS about your employment eligibility.
when going for an interview at any USCIS centre security check plus fingerprint and photographs will be the implemented to protect identity fraud and threats of national security this should help employor to verifier job appliance status to work in the us this would also help when filling out form 1-9
on Tuesday may 7 2013 I took part in the USCIS session about the new 1-9 form. it seen that a lot of employor are in the dark about when they should use the 1-9 form. USCIS should hold a couple more sessions on the way the form should be used.
the persons that need assistance to complete form 1-9 like people who are blind should be able to complete their form in brail and then have an transalor or perparer sign the
certification block of the form
When job hunters go for an interview at a company there should be a sign posted that the company is a user of E Verify the employee would then know that they should put their social security number on the form 1-9
The work authorization docs alert notifies of document form I-766 has an expiring date. When you get that alert notice, you have to fill out the section 3 on your form I-9. I think that extra time, for example 6 weeks, should be allowed to fill out section 3 of form I-9 just in case the alert was deleted by mistake.
On the new form1-9 it state that all new work employee and should fill out this form of Employment eligibility verification and Re verification of all old employee USCIS should check on company that delay on filling out the new 1-9 form this could help employee know their right to work sometime their are mistake made on the section one of the form that do not match the data of DHS and the employee may receive a TNC ...more »
the name mismatch seems to be a topic that not too many people are giving ideas on. Is it because its too complex. The SSA and USCIS and DHS could create a one month discussion on E Verity Listens on this very important topic. This would reduce letter being sent out when the name does not match the DHS data base on the form I-9