Employers may sometimes make an error when submitting data to
E-Verify from a Form I-9 and a case can be opened by mistake as a result. However, there are solutions should this
occur and this begins with the “close case” button.
Prior to making a submission it would be beneficial to check the
data for errors, but if a case is opened and the employer decides it must be closed as it was made in error, they may do
E-Verify will simply prompt the employer for a reason and once the proper selection has been made, the case can be
successfully concluded by closing it out. Afterwards, a new case may be submitted with the correct data if necessary.
See how simple E-Verify is with our brief demo – contact Form I-9 Compliance today!
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