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Enrolled Employers Can Now Display the E-Verify Participation Poster in More Languages

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Employers enrolled in E-Verify can now display participation posters in English and 17 foreign languages.

E-Verify employers are required to display the English and Spanish versions of the poster where current and prospective employees can view them. They also have the option of displaying translated versions of the poster in other languages.

E-Verify offers a variety of other foreign language resources, including Spanish versions of the E-Verify website and I-9 Central website.

All employers in the United States are required to verify the employment eligibility of everyone they hire. More than half a million employers are using E-Verify at more than 1.8 million hiring sites.

E-Verify, operated by USCIS, is a fast and free Internet-based system that confirms employment eligibility by comparing information from an employee's Form I-9, Employment Eligibility Verification, to Department of Homeland Security and Social Security Administration records.