USCIS Extends Comment Period for Changes to E-Verify Program

by SCwpadmin

USCIS Extends Comment Period for Changes to E-Verify Program

by SCwpadmin

by SCwpadmin

USCIS has extended the comment period for proposed changes to the E-Verify system. These changes would expand the information collected through the E-Verify program in two ways. First, the proposal creates a streamlined agency review process for Final Non Confirmations. Second, the proposed  changes would mandate reverification of all employees with expiring temporary work authorization, extending the use of E-Verify beyond the initial hiring process. Currently, employers must update an employee’s form I-9 with updated employment authorization documentation, but no actions are required in E-Verify. Under the proposed changes, employers will then be required to enter information from the updated I-9 into the E-Verify system.

To read a summary of the proposed changes and post a comment, visit the USCIS notice in the Federal Register. The comment period closes June 20, 2016.

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