Since employers have to verify
employment eligibility for each employee by completing a Form I-9, they also
have to determine which documents to accept.
Generally, the documents
authorizing employment eligibility are issued by the federal government through
different agencies. These include the Social Security Administration (SSA) and
agencies within the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) such as USCIS (United
States Immigration & Citizenship Services) and CBP (Customs & Border
E-Verify works with cooperation
from these agencies who work together to provide data to E-Verify. When employers
submit Form I-9 information to E-Verify, this data is then compared in order to
generate a case result.
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how simple E-Verify is? Contact Form I-9 Compliance today!
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