If you believe an employer has violated E-Verify program rules, discriminated against you or treated you unfairly, we encourage you to report it. You may be able to receive pay for work you lost and even get your job back. Also, the employer may have to pay fines for violating E-Verify rules.
To report employer misuse, privacy violations, and general E-Verify program complaints, contact the E-Verify Employee Hotline.
To report employment discrimination based upon your citizenship, immigration status, or national origin, or other misuse of E-Verify, contact the Department of Justice, Civil Rights Division, Office of Special Counsel for Immigration Related Unfair Employment Practices (OSC).
You may also file a formal charge against an employer with the Office of Special Counsel. For more information, visit the OSC website.