The Department of Justice, Civil Rights Division, Immigrant and Employee Rights Section (IER) released a redesigned version of its “Right to Work” poster. The redesigned poster offers information to prospective and current employees about the legal right to work in the U.S. and a law that protects legally-authorized workers from discrimination based on their citizenship status and national origin. E-Verify employers must display the E-Verify Participation poster and the IER Right to Work poster in English and Spanish in a prominent place that is clearly visible to prospective employees and all employees who will have their employment eligibility confirmed with E-Verify as stated in the E-Verify User Manual.
E-Verify’s self-service options allow users to access and manage their account online.
Users can reset their login ID or password at https://e-verify.uscis.gov/web. These self-service options are part of E-Verify’s ongoing effort to improve the user experience.
Self Check, a feature that allows employees to verify their employment eligibility, now requires a myE-Verify account. Employees will be prompted to create or log in to a myE-Verify account, where they can perform multiple Self Check queries and lock their Social Security number to prevent others from using it in E-Verify. The streamlined account creation process continues to protect employee information while eliminating the need for repeated identity-proofing.
Visit myE-Verify to learn about the latest updates.
E-Verify has resumed operations following the lapse in government appropriations. While all E-Verify features and services, including the ability to resolve a Tentative Nonconfirmation (TNC) are now available, employers may experience longer-than-usual processing times as we work through a large volume of accumulated cases. See E-Verify Resumes Operation for more information. Thank you again for your patience and support of the E-Verify Program.