E-Verify: How to Create a Case (USCIS)

E-Verify: How to Create a Case (USCIS)

This animation demonstrates how to create a case in E-Verify. In this demonstration, we create a case for an employee who is a U.S. citizen and who presented an unexpired driver's license and Social Security card for his Form I-9. For more information, visit www.dhs.gov/e-verify. PLEASE NOTE: Comments and video responses posted to the Department of Homeland Security YouTube Channel are subject to YouTube's usage policies. Your comments are public and available to anyone visiting a DHS Channel or video. To protect your privacy and the privacy of others, do not include your full name, phone numbers, email addresses, social security numbers, case numbers or any other personally identifiable information in your comment or response video. The Department does not moderate comments on this Channel prior to posting, but reserves the right to remove any materials that pose a security risk. Any opinions expressed here, except as specifically noted, are those of the individual commentators and do not reflect any agency policy, endorsement or action. DHS will not be collecting or retaining these comments in its records. To contact the Department go to: http://www.dhs.gov/contactus Your use of YouTube, including the posting of comments on this Channel, is governed by the YouTube Privacy Policy, http://www.youtube.com/t/privacy

What is E-Verify?

What is E-Verify?

Learn more about E-Verify: https://fairus.org/issue/workforce-economy/e-verify-legislation-states People come to the United States illegally to work. This takes away jobs and wages that could go to US citizens and legal immigrants. There's an easy way for employers to become part of the solution for stopping unauthorized employment, it's called E-Verify. E-Verify is a voluntary online system that allows employers to quickly check the authorization status of new hires. Overseen by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), E-Verify electronically compares applicant information from work eligibility forms against records in the Social Security Administration (SSA) and Department of Homeland Security (DHS) immigration databases. Using E-Verify is very easy! The employer enters employee information in the free online E-Verify program and receives an answer about the status of their new hire within seconds. Why should employers use E-Verify? Using helps enforce the law. Properly using it keeps an employer in compliance with employment eligibility laws. Using E-Verify ensures that an employer only hires individuals authorized to work in the United States, thereby protecting jobs for authorized US workers. It's free to use and provides eligibility results within as little as 5 seconds. E-verify also improves the accuracy of wage and tax reporting. Does E-Verify really work? According to USCIS, over 98% of employees entered into E-Verify are authorized to work instantly or within 24 hours requiring no employee or employer-action. Of the less than 2% to receive an initial rejection, only 0.3% are later confirmed to be authorized. This means that the system's initial validation is extremely accurate. More than 250,000 employers are currently using E-Verify with thousands more enrolling in the program each week. 17 states have laws or executive orders requiring the use of E-Verify to ensure a legal workforce. For more information about E-Verify, visit FAIR's website.

E-Verify: How to Respond to a Tentative Nonconfirmation (TNC) Result (USCIS)

E-Verify: How to Respond to a Tentative Nonconfirmation (TNC) Result (USCIS)

This animation demonstrates what to do when E-Verify displays a tentative nonconfirmation (TNC) result. In this demonstration, we cover how to: * Notify an employee of the TNC and print the TNC notice * Refer the employee to the appropriate government agency after he chooses to contest the TNC * Print the referral letter and wait for a case status update For more information, visit www.dhs.gov/e-verify. PLEASE NOTE: Comments and video responses posted to the Department of Homeland Security YouTube Channel are subject to YouTube's usage policies. Your comments are public and available to anyone visiting a DHS Channel or video. To protect your privacy and the privacy of others, do not include your full name, phone numbers, email addresses, social security numbers, case numbers or any other personally identifiable information in your comment or response video. The Department does not moderate comments on this Channel prior to posting, but reserves the right to remove any materials that pose a security risk. Any opinions expressed here, except as specifically noted, are those of the individual commentators and do not reflect any agency policy, endorsement or action. DHS will not be collecting or retaining these comments in its records. To contact the Department go to: http://www.dhs.gov/contactus Your use of YouTube, including the posting of comments on this Channel, is governed by the YouTube Privacy Policy, http://www.youtube.com/t/privacy

E-Verify: Employee Rights

E-Verify: Employee Rights

For more information about USCIS, visit us at https://www.uscis.gov and check us out on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/uscis), Twitter (https://www.twitter.com/uscis), Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/uscis). If you need captions, please click the “CC” button just beneath the video to turn them on.

E-Verify: How to Create a Case (USCIS)

E-Verify: How to Create a Case (USCIS)

This animation demonstrates how to create a case in E-Verify. In this demonstration, we create a case for an employee who is a U.S. citizen and who presented an unexpired driver's license and Social Security card for his Form I-9. For more information, visit www.dhs.gov/e-verify. For more information about USCIS, visit us at https://www.uscis.gov and check us out on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/uscis), Twitter (https://www.twitter.com/uscis), Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/uscis). If you need captions, please click the “CC” button just beneath the video to turn them on.

E-Verify: Employer Responsibilities and Worker Rights

E-Verify: Employer Responsibilities and Worker Rights

This video explains E-Verify rules, procedures, and policies to employers with an emphasis on safeguarding employee privacy. The video reminds employers that they must not use E-Verify to discriminate against or prescreen employees. For more information about E-Verify or for the visually accessible version of this video, please visit www.dhs.gov/E-Verify. For more information about USCIS, visit us at https://www.uscis.gov and check us out on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/uscis), Twitter (https://www.twitter.com/uscis), Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/uscis). If you need captions, please click the “CC” button just beneath the video to turn them on.

E-verify and employment enforcement Aug 29 2018

E-verify and employment enforcement Aug 29 2018

E-verify and employment enforcement Alan Gomez discusses the effectiveness of the e-verify employee verification system.

USCIS E-Verify Event

USCIS E-Verify Event

USCIS explains the E-Verify system. For more information about USCIS, visit us at https://www.uscis.gov and check us out on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/uscis), Twitter (https://www.twitter.com/uscis), Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/uscis). If you need captions, please click the “CC” button just beneath the video to turn them on.

Companies reluctant to use E-Verify

Companies reluctant to use E-Verify

E-Verify is mandatory for federal job applicants, but at a local level it's harder to implement. Learn more about this story at https://www.newsy.com/84235/ Find more videos like this at https://www.newsy.com Follow Newsy on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/newsyvideos Follow Newsy on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/newsy

The Problem with E-Verify - The ACLU's Chris Calabrese on Immigration Reform

The Problem with E-Verify - The ACLU's Chris Calabrese on Immigration Reform

"If E-Verify becomes mandatory, the result will be that you will essentially have to get cleared with a government right-to-work list before you can start a job. And that's a huge change," argues Chris Calabrese, legislative counsel for privacy issues at the American Civil Liberties Union. E-Verify, a government-operated database of everyone legally permitted to work in the United States, is currently used by hundreds of thousands of employers to check the status of their workers. Yet a national identification system has no precedent in the United States. Can E-Verify certify work status for immigrants and native-born workers alike without trampling on our civil liberties? Chris Calabrese sat down with Todd Krainin of ReasonTV to discuss the problems with national identification cards, new proposals for immigration reform, and how social networking has changed our expectations of personal privacy. Camera by Josh Swain. Edited by Todd Krainin. Time: 7:25 Go to http://www.reason.tv for downloadable versions and subscribe to ReasonTV's YouTube Channel to receive notification when new material goes live.

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