If an employee with an E-Verify case receives a TNC (Tentative
Non Confirmation) issued from DHS
(Department of Homeland Security), only the employee will know
the exact reason once they contest
However, there are a few reasons that could cause this case
result such as a name change or spelling
discrepancy. DHS could also issue a TNC if the employee’s legal
status has changed – an example would
be a permanent resident employee who eventually became a US
Additionally, outdated or incorrect information on documents
such as a Passport, Permanent Resident Card,
or Visa could also cause this. Employers can also mistakenly
enter incorrect information but if the case was submitted correctly, the employee would have to contest the TNC
in order to fully resolve it.
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