Participants in the E-Verify program must provide their
employee’s Social Security Numbers in order to
submit a case.
The E-Verify program is operated by Department of
Homeland Security, but works with
the cooperation of the Social Security Administration (SSA). In
order for SSA to provide a case result
on any individual’s data, a Social Security Number is required.
However, employers using E-Verify must only ask employees to
provide the number from their Social
Security Card. Employees continue to have the right of choosing
which documents they provide when
completing a Form I-9 and are not required to provide the Social
Security Card itself.
See how simple E-Verify is with our brief demo – contact Form I-9 Compliance today!
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