Form I-9 data submitted to E-Verify could generate a Tentative
Non Confirmation (TNC) for anyone.
If this happens and the case status says “SSA TNC”, it means
E-Verify could not verify the data with
records maintained by Social Security Administration (SSA).
In this case, the employee must contest the TNC in order to
learn what caused it but there are several
reasons that could result in this situation. The Social Security
Administration may not have the most
updated citizenship-status information for the employee, or a
name change had occurred without
Additionally, outdated information in their system or even
data-entry errors could cause a non-verification
so an employee wishing to resolve the TNC would have to contest
it by visiting SSA within 8 business days.
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