If your company uses E-Verify for I-9 compliance, you know that it can sometimes be a headache. On October 28, 2015, USCIS has launched three enhancements “to improve effectiveness, efficiency and customer satisfaction.”
First, it has created a Temporary Protected Status (TPS) Auto Extension upgrade. If you have any workers with Temporary Protected Status, this enhancement will improve the system’s ability to confirm automatic employment authorization extensions.
Second, USCIS has redesigned the case details page. This reduced the data fields so the case summary can be printed on one page.
Lastly, any e-mails regarding further action notices or tentative nonconfirmations will include the “myE-Verify Case Tracker” link. This will allow your employees to check the status of their own case. Now, instead of your employees asking you about whether you have received confirmation about their E-Verify case, they will be able to check the status of their case themselves.
It’s always great when USCIS implements positive changes to the immigration system. Please contact your attorney at Rose Immigration Law Firm, PLC if you have any questions regarding I-9 compliance or assistance using the E-Verify program.