Once an employer
begins using E-Verify, the earliest a case may be created for an employee is
upon the employee
having accepted a job offer. This also requires that a Form I-9 has been
However, a case may not be created before these steps are completed as only data from a completed Form
I-9 may be used when
verifying the employment eligibility of a worker.
latest that E-Verify may be used is the third business day after an employee
work for pay, along
with timely completing a Form I-9. Employers properly following these rules
from E-Verify while
avoiding various potential issues such as discrimination.
Want to see a brief
demo of how simple E-Verify is? Contact Form I-9 Compliance today!
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