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The E-Verify Modernization project only updated the headers and footers of the E-Verify GUI on the pages that were changed. Pages not changed still have the old headers and footers, which provide different menu options and footer links. When updating the UI of a website, the headers and footers for all pages should be the same. Why have only some pages with the new design and others with the old design. Not a good approach. ...more »
E-Verify should not prompt the user to indicate that no photo displayed when a Photo Match document is used on Form I-9. E-Verify should already know that no photo exists and not prompt the user at all. Asking users to indicate that no photo displayed will result in users responding incorrectly saying that no photo was displayed when one was.
E-Verify should be hardened to minimize user errors.
Regarding the What's New item: All E-Verify Cases Must Reach A Final Case Result and Be Closed 1. E-Verify will transfer all case data to a new interface later this month. Q: E-Verify should tell customers (users and agents) what is happening, when it is happening, and why it is happening 2. Open cases that have not been accessed for more than 365 days will be closed by E-Verify, but will remain accessible to employers ...more »
E-Verify should provide more detail as to the enhancements listed in newsletters. For example, the high-level information provided regarding E-Verify Modernization Coming in Spring 2018 is very general and does not give users (especially employer agents and Web Services users) any specifics on what the improvements are or how they will or won't impact users. E-Verify should provide customers (i.e., users) more detail ...more »
When the FAQ page is updated on the E-Verify public website the date of the update is listed at the bottom right of the page. However, the updates are not noted. When an update is made mark it somehow (bold, red asterisk, date updated in title, etc.) so users know what information/guidance is new since the last update. This way users can easily find the updates without drilling down into every question.
When the Q&A page is updated in I-9 Central the date of the update is listed at the bottom right of the page. However, the updates are not noted. When an update is made mark it somehow (bold, red asterisk, date updated in title, etc.) so users know what information/guidance is new since the last update. This way users can easily find the updates without drilling down into every question.
Add a field to the Web Services API for the hiring location to be passed. What's the purpose of adding hiring locations to E-Verify if the API doesn't allow the location to be passed to E-Verify?
Employer agents are the sales force and first line of support for E-Verify. Take advantage of agents' experience when designing new features. It will improve the E-Verify product. For example, the bulk load of hiring sites was designed without agent input and is not very useful to agents, especially large agents. The design requires manual intervention and does not allow location updates for multiple employers (e.g., ...more »
For E-Verify Listens to be an effective tool, someone at the Verification Division MUST be responsible for frequently (at least weekly) reviewing and updating the ideas. This issue has been expressed before and only temporary improvements have been made. Some of the ideas represent small fixes that should not linger for years without being addressed. Many of the fixes will improve the usability of E-Verify. Please pay ...more »
Since manuals (including the M-274) are not being posted as web pages on the public I-9 Central website, there are issues with the formatting that cause the 'what's updated' tables to place column headers over the update information. I have no problem with posting manuals as web pages, however, USCIS must either fix the formatting issues are simply post the manual as a PDF too. My preference is that all manuals be posted ...more »
What's the purpose of posting Sample Only posters on the public E-Verify website?
Is USCIS looking for feedback?
When will the final posters be published so they can be used?
The public USCIS E-Verify pages provide a report of employers using E-Verify. However, this report only shows that the employer is enrolled in E-Verify. It does not confirm that the employer actually uses E-Verify. There is also no way for a third-party such as a state to confirm the employer's E-Verify Company ID. It would be most helpful to include the employer's Company ID as well as the number of cases processed in ...more »