If the E-Verify case result is...
The information entered by the employer matches with DHS or SSA records
You are authorized to work and your employer simply closes your E-Verify case.
No additional action is required by you.
DHS or SSA Tentative Nonconfirmation (TNC)The information entered by the employer does not match with DHS, SSA, or DOS records.
Your employer must inform you in private about the DHS or SSA TNC. Your employer must also give you the opportunity to take action (contest) to correct your DHS or SSA records. “”
Your employer may terminate your employment if:
A DHS or SSA TNC does not mean you are not authorized to work in the United States. If your employer informs you that your E-Verify case received a DHS or SSA TNC, review the Employee Rights and Responsibilities page for information on what you can do.