E-Verify Restores Multiple Uploads

E-Verify, the internet-based system that allows enrolled employers to confirm the eligibility of their employees to work in the United States has finally succeeded in restoring the ability for employers, employer agents and corporate administrators to upload multiple hiring sites simultaneously. This restored feature should increase efficiencies for companies with multiple hiring sites by providing…

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E-Verify Reminder

E-Verify has again sent us the agency webinar schedule to assist employers with understanding and completing the I-9 form and its requirements. The remaining November schedule of E-Verify webinars can be viewed here. In addition, they’ve also sent a reminder that an E-Verify user’s access must be promptly terminated upon separation from an organization. The…

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E-Verify Webinar Schedule

E-Verify, the web-based software system for confirming employment eligibility, has announced the schedule of instructional webinars that will be available to employers through the end of November. The webinars provide instructions on employee rights as well as employer responsibilities in addition to refresher programs for existing users and I-9 overview and completion webinars. E-Verify is…

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Tennessee Expands Mandatory E-Verify

Having amended its mandatory E-Verify law back in May when Governor Bill Lee signed HB 1853 into law, the state of Tennessee will require all private employers with at least 35 employees to use E-Verify and maintain E-Verify case results effective January 1, 2023. Currently, the Tennessee Lawful Employment Act, (TLEA) adopted in 2017 only…

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E-Verify Technical Problems

We were notified earlier this week by the government that E-Verify is experiencing intermittent system outages during case creation over the past week or so. They requested that we caution you that due to these technical difficulties, users may experience system timeouts and increased processing times when creating and submitting cases. They went on to…

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New E-Verify Enrollment Process

A few weeks ago, we advised of a Social Security Administration email alert regarding E-Verify Tentative Nonconfirmations (mismatches) no longer being available after July 15. On Wednesday of this week, E-Verify updated the Initial Enrollment process which includes new screens to ensure consistency with other updated pages in E-Verify. As a result, there will be…

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SSA Issues E-Verify Alert

The U.S. Social Security Administration (SSA) this week issued an email alert advising that the extended timeframes authorized on March 20, 2020 for employees to resolve SSA and E-Verify Tentative Nonconfirmations (mismatches) will no longer be available as of last Friday, July 15, 2022. As of that date, the SSA resumed normal operations regarding E-Verify…

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Tennessee Lowers E-Verify Threshold

Early last month, Tennessee Governor Bill Lee signed HB 1853 into law and when he did, the threshold for mandatory use of the E-Verify system by private employers in the Volunteer State dropped from 50 to 35 employees. Effective on January 1, 2023, all employers in Tennessee with 35 or more employees will be required…

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E-Verify in Florida

A battle is brewing in the Sunshine State over a proposal endorsed by Governor Ron DeSantis to mandate the use of E-Verify by all employers in the state. E-Verify has been aggressively opposed by a number of business groups who allege such a state mandate would be expensive to their bottom line and unconstitutional. An…

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Maintain Hiring Standards! Dunkin’  Crackdown on Illegal Hiring

In the wake of initiating legal action against a number of franchises in Pennsylvania and Delaware for violating hiring standards in their franchise agreements, Dunkin this week announced that it is taking the hiring practice investigation nationwide. As all franchisees know, the Dunkin’ franchise agreement requires that franchise owners use the federal E-Verify system before…

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