E-VERIFY UPDATE: EMAIL COMMUNICATIONS AND EMPLOYER OBLIGATIO

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Posted on: 2 Jul 2013

USCIS recently announced that E-Verify will begin communicating directly with employees who receive a Tentative Nonconfirmation of employment eligibility

©IMMIGRATION UPDATE July 2, 2013     E‐VERIFY UPDATE: EMAIL COMMUNICATIONS AND EMPLOYER OBLIGATIONS     USCIS  recently  announced  that  E‐Verify  will  begin  communicating  directly  with  employees  who  receive  a  Tentative  Nonconfirmation  of  employment  eligibility.  Also  announced were related employer obligations.    A Tentative Nonconfirmation (TNC) occurs when identity information provided through  the E‐Verify system does not match the  information  in U.S. Department of Homeland Security  or Social Security Administration  records.  Under  the new enhancement  feature, E‐Verify will  send an employee a TNC email at the same time as the employer, with a second email going to  the employee for follow up  if needed and  instructions, and a third email sent once the case  is  adjudicated as cleared or as a Final Nonconfirmation.     That  the  employee  receives  a  TNC  email  directly  from  E‐Verify  does  not  relieve  the  employer from the obligation to notify the employee  immediately of the TNC.  Additionally,  if  an employee records his optional email address when completing Section 1 on the new Form I‐ 9,  the employer must input that email address into the E‐Verify system effective immediately.    To assist employers,  E‐Verify has added a Help Box next to the new email address field  for employers to click on for instructions.  Employers may also review the updated E‐Verify User  Manual.  For more information, contact your FosterQuan attorney.    As  always,  FosterQuan will  continue  to monitor  regulations  and  procedures  and will  provide additional  information  in  future  Immigration Updates©, and on our  firm’s website at  www.fosterquan.com.  Prepared by FosterQuan, LLP p a g e 1 of 1 © FosterQuan, LLP 2013
Posted: 02 July 2013

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