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Are there any tips you can give employers of FSM, RMI and Palauan citizens when creating cases for these employees in E-Verify?

If a citizen of the FSM, the RMI or Palau receives an E-Verify TNC, it is usually because of a name and date of birth mismatch. When completing Form I-9, instruct employees to use their full legal name and to enter their date of birth in the month/day/year format. Be especially careful when you enter the employee’s name and date of birth in E-Verify. Also, note their citizenship status. They should mark “alien authorized to work,” not “noncitizen national of the United States.”

Last Reviewed/Updated: 11/30/2012