On Oct. 28, 2015 U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced new Enhancements to E-Verify designed to make use of the system easier:
E-Verify launched three new enhancements to improve effectiveness, efficiency and customer satisfaction.
- Temporary Protected Status (TPS) Auto Extension upgrade makes it easier for E-Verify to confirm that employment authorization has been automatically extended for TPS beneficiaries. To learn more about how TPS affects the Form I-9 process, visit I-9 Central.
- Case Details Page Redesign reduces data fields so that case details print on one page. This enhancement was the #1 E-Verify Listens idea. Visit E-Verify Listens today to discuss how we might improve your Form I-9, E-Verify and my E-Verify experience.
- Updated Further Action Notices and Tentative Nonconfirmation (TNC) emails now include the myE-Verify Case Tracker link. myE-Verify Case Tracker increases transparency in the TNC process by enabling employees to check the status of their own E-Verify case, whether or not they have a myE-Verify account.
Find revised samples of the Further Action Notices, TNC emails and other resources in English, Spanish and 19 other languages on our Foreign Language Resources page.
Alka Bahal is a Partner and the Co-Chair of the Corporate Immigration Practice of Fox Rothschild LLP. Alka is situated in Fox Rothschild’s Roseland, New Jersey office though she practices throughout the United States and at Consulates worldwide. You can reach Alka at (973) 994-7800, or firstname.lastname@example.org.