Description: In the article which centers on uscis login, the author demonstrates how to create a case in E-Verify. In this demonstration, the author will create a case for an employee who is a U.S. citizen and who presents an unexpired driver’s license and Social Security card for his Form I-9.
Welcome and thanks for joining us for a demonstration of E-Verify. E-Verify allows companies to verify the eligibility of their employees to work in the United States. This demonstration will show you how quick and easy it is to use E-Verify.
In this example, E-Verify will verify that our employee is authorized to work in the United States. To start, be sure that you and your employee have properly completed sections one and two of Form I-9. It is important to note that the law requires you to verify new hires no later than the third business day after they start work for pay.
You may use E-Verify only after your employee has accepted an offer of employment and Form I-9 is complete. Using E-Verify for prospective employees is considered pre-screening and is not allowed. First, log in to E-Verify with your unique user ID and password.
Simply click New Case located on the left side menu. On the first screen, select the citizenship status that the employee chose in Section One of Form I-9. In our example, the employee chose A citizen of the United States. So we’ll select that option and click Continue.
Next, select what documents the employee presented for Section Two of Form I-9. In our example, the employee presented an expired driver’s license and Social Security card, which are List B and C documents. We’ll select that option and click Continue.
Next, use the employee’s Form I-9 to complete all fields marked with a red asterisk. If you need help with a particular field, simply click the blue circled question mark next to the field, E-Verify will give you additional information.
After you’ve finished entering your employee’s information, review what you entered and compare it for accuracy with your employee’s Form I-9. Be sure that everything is correct and complete and click Continue. Within seconds, E-Verify has compared the information we entered to data from U.S. Department of Homeland Security and Social Security Administration records.
The result is displayed in the yellow box. We received an Employment Authorized result, which means that our employee is authorized to work in the United States. First we must close the case. It’s very important that you close each case after E-Verify has returned a final result.
To close a case, click Close Case and follow the instructions displayed on the screen. In our example, the employee is still working and we’re closing this case because E-Verify verified that the employee is eligible to work in the United States.
The last step is to either record on the employee’s Form I-9 the Case Verification Number displayed in the yellow box or print the Case Details and attach it to the employee’s Form I-9 and keep it on file. So there you have it. It is fast, free and easy to use. That’s E-Verify. It is the best way companies can ensure a legal workforce.