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The Spanish E-Verify Website unveils a brand new look! (7/21/2014)

The Spanish-language version of the E-Verify website has been redesigned to match the upgraded E-Verify English website that was released in October 2013.

The E-Verify Spanish website updates include:

  • Revised content and creative graphics
  • Plain-language content
  • What’s New Page
  • New Customer Support Section
  • New Federal Contractors Section

E-Verify is Listening: Making Changes You Suggested (7/11/2014)

Your great ideas are influencing our E-Verify enhancements, like the Duplicate Case Alert. Read our blog E-Verify is Listening: Making Changes You Suggested to learn more or share more ideas and comments on E-Verify Listens today!

New Issue of E-Verify Connection (7/7/2014)

The latest E-Verify Connection has ten exciting articles reporting the latest developments with E-Verify and Form I-9.

Latest E-Verify Enhancements! (6/23/2014)

On June 22, E-Verify released three new enhancements that make the verification process more efficient. The first two new features were suggestions submitted by employers on E-Verify Listens:

  • Duplicate Case Alert pop-up feature will notify users when a case that contains the same Social Security Number as an existing case previously entered within the last 30 days. 
  • Updated Further Action Notices for Web Service users are no longer prepopulated and easier to fill in.
  • E-Verify will prompt users to validate or update their email and phone number when their password expires to help ensure we have the most update today contact information.

Visit our E-Verify Enhancements page for more information.

E-Verify Wants to Hear From You! (6/13/2014)

Join the conversation on Monday, June 23, 2014 from 1:00-3:30 p.m. (Eastern) for an innovative virtual forum regarding the E-Verify and Form I-9 programs. Representatives from business that are non-users and users of E-Verify are encouraged to attend.  At this event, attendees will:

  • Share E-Verify experiences and best practices
  • Learn the latest about E-Verify and Form I-9
  • Give feedback, ask questions and engage with colleagues
  • Dialogue with DHS and USCIS officials

Guest speakers include Acting Assistant Secretary Michael Stroud, Private Section Office, Department of Homeland Security, and Brian O’Laughlin, Esq., Senior Manager of Government Relations, Multinational Certification, American Payroll Association and other DHS and USCIS officials.

If you are in Atlanta, Georgia; Charlotte, North Carolina; Fairfax, Virginia or Washington, D.C., then we encourage you to attend in-person. If you cannot attend in person, you will be able to view via web streaming and listen via telephone. Register Now!

Please share this invitation with your members, colleagues and stakeholders.  We look forward to listening to your feedback! 

If you have any questions, please email us.

 

 

Last Reviewed/Updated: 07/21/2014