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E-verify should develop a way to begin the I-9 process with E-verify instead of filling out an I-9. You could sit down with the employee and initiate the E-verify case and once you captured all of the information within the E-verify system you could then just print off the electronic copy of the I-9 for the employee to sign. this would make the process simpler for the employer and may help to reduce errors as the employee ...more »
I think you should put the POC contacts on the same web page as all the other users. This will make it easier to keep track of everyone within a company's profile.
I think you should have the ability to send e-mails directly through the E-verify system, instead of using our outside e-mail accounts. This will make it easier to contact CCO and get follow up correspondence when we are already working within the system. This could be a seperate tab just like the "open cases" tab, only it would be a "my messages" tab.
I would like to see E-verify send me friendly reminders if there is action that needs to be taken within e-verify. An example would be that if I have open cases for extended periods of times I can go in and run a report to identify those, but my staff doesn't always know that they need to do this. It would be helpful for E-verify to send me an e-mail or an alert to remind me or my staff that I have open cases.
This website should be linked to the home page of E-verify. i.e. while in e-verify and a user sees something they should be able to click a link to submit a new idea right there. They should also use the same user name a password to keep it easy to use.
Currently these 2 programs give conflicting advice on how to handle the storage of photos when using the photo matching tool within e-verify. E-verify guidance contradicts EOPF guidance.
If a user is attempting to run a duplicate case for the same employee, e-verify should have a pop up window that asks, "are you sure you want to run this case, You have already run a similar case on xxx date"
If a user is attempting to run a case on an employee, and that empoyee's hire date preceeds the MOU date the user should be blocked from running this case as it is a violation of the MOU. This makes more sense than sending a follow up e-mail telling them that they performed a behavior that they shouldn't have.
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.