Timeframes for Enrollment and Use
Your deadline for creating a case for employees depends on whether you are newly participating or are already participating in E-Verify.
Companies New to E-Verify
If your company is not currently enrolled in E-Verify, you must:
Companies Already Participating in E-Verify
If your company is already enrolled in E-Verify, but is not designated as a federal contractor with the FAR E-Verify clause in your contract, you must follow the instructions outlined below.
NOTE: When you specify in E-Verify which employees you will verify, the selection you make will affect the 180-day time period for verifying all existing employees. If you select entire workforce, you must create a case for all existing employees within 180 calendar days. Once you select entire workforce, you are not permitted to change this decision once you begin verifying your existing workforce outside a covered contract.
Employees Exempt from E-Verify
The following employees are exempt from the E-Verify requirement, and you are not permitted to verify these employees in E-Verify:
The following employees are not required to be verified in E-Verify, but you may choose to verify them:
Notes: Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC) cards are not HSPD-12 credentials.
For additional information see the E-Verify Supplemental Guide for Federal Contractors.This table will assist you in understanding your timeframes for enrolling and using E Verify.
Last Reviewed/Updated: 05/24/2011