Official Website of the United States Department of Homeland Security

To obtain proof of enrollment in E-Verify:

1.   Click the ‘Edit Company Profile’ link from the E-Verify home page.

      E-Verify will display the ‘Company Information’ page which contains the company name, company ID number, address, etc.

2.  Print the ‘Company Information’ page using your browser’s ‘Print’ option and use it as proof of enrollment in E-Verify.

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01/02/2014

No, you should not enroll again. Instead, you must go to your ‘Maintain Company’ page to update your company profile to ‘Federal contractor with FAR E-Verify clause’. For specific instructions on how to update your company profile, see the E-Verify User Manual. Once you designate your company as a ‘Federal contractor with FAR E-Verify clause’, all users must take the E-Verify tutorial for federal contractors.

 

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01/02/2014

No. Existing employers that have already signed an MOU do not need to sign a new one. If you receive a federal contract that contains the FAR E-Verify clause, you must go to your ‘Maintain Company’ page to update your company profile to ‘Federal Contractor with FAR E-Verify clause’. All E-Verify-enrolled companies must comply with the terms of the current MOU. We recommend that you review the current MOU to ensure your company complies with any new terms.

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Depending on when your company enrolled in E-Verify, the MOU that your company originally signed may not contain the new federal contractor-specific terms. All E-Verify-enrolled companies must comply with the terms of the current MOU. We recommend that you review the current MOU to ensure your company complies with any new terms.

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The tutorial for new users is designed to be completed in approximately one hour. Users must pass the tutorial’s knowledge test with a score of at least 70 percent.

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Yes. If you are an existing E-Verify participant and you update your status in the ‘Maintain Company’ page to indicate that you are a ‘Federal contractor with FAR E-Verify clause’, E-Verify will automatically require your users to complete a tutorial that reviews the new processes associated with the FAR E-Verify rule. This tutorial is designed to be completed in approximately 30 minutes.

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01/02/2014

No. The E-Verify MOU only requires employers to “display the notices supplied by DHS in a prominent place that is clearly visible to prospective employees and all employees who are to be verified through the system.” To comply with this requirement, employers should display the E‑Verify Participation and Right to Work posters in a prominent location where both prospective and existing employees can see it. These notices can also be found in the Essential Resources section of E-Verify.

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01/02/2014

Although you are not required to join E-Verify, you may do so. E-Verify is the best means available to verify the employment authorization of employees. However, if you enroll prior to receiving a federal contract that contains the FAR E-Verify clause, you may only verify new hires and will not be allowed to verify existing employees.

When you enroll, you will need to indicate the category that best describes your organization. If you are a federal contractor that does not have a contract that contains the FAR E-Verify clause, you should select ‘Federal contractor without FAR E-Verify clause’.

 

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01/02/2014