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Self-Assess! SAVE and E-Verify Self-Assessment Guides

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USCIS is pleased to provide Self-Assessment Guides to our E-Verify and Systematic Alien Verification for Entitlements (SAVE) customers to support their compliant use of our verification programs. The new guides are designed to make it easier for employers and benefit-granting agencies to monitor their use of E-Verify and SAVE. Each guide offers easy-to-follow checklists that will help users establish their own compliance and training programs.
There are two E-Verify Self-Assessment guides: the E-Verify Self-Assessment Guide for Direct Access Users and the E-Verify Self-Assessment Guide for E-Verify Web Service Users. Both are available in the publications section of the E-Verify website. E-Verify is a free Web-based service from the Department of Homeland Security and the Social Security Administration that is used by more than 380,000 employers to quickly verify the employment eligibility of their new employees.
The SAVE Self-Assessment Guide gives participating agencies guidance on how to maximize compliant use of SAVE as well as prevent and detect misuse. SAVE is used by many benefit-granting agencies to verify the immigration status of applicants.
For more information on E-Verify and SAVE, please browse their web pages.