To benefit from using E-Verify, employers have to follow the
rules of the program and rely
on E-Verify to provide any case results.
When an individual receives a TNC (Tentative Non Confirmation)
and decides to contest it,
the employer should not ask the employee for a status. The
employer must rely on the
E-Verify program to provide updates on the pending TNC case. If
the employee contests
the TNC and is successful, the employer will know when E-Verify
updates the case with
If the employee is not successful, the case will be
automatically updated to “Final Non
Confirmation”. In both cases, it is the E-Verify program that
will provide the final result to
the employer and not the employee themselves.
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