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Enrolling in E-Verify is easy. This checklist helps you prepare.
Before you enroll, you must decide:
- Who will electronically sign the E-Verify memorandum of understanding (MOU) on behalf of your company?
- Which hiring sites will participate in E-Verify?
- If you are a federal contractor with the FAR E-Verify clause, which employees will you verify?
- Which company location(s) will access E-Verify?
- Who in your company will have access to E-Verify?
- Who in your company should be a program administrator?
To enroll, you will need to know:
- Contact information for your company’s E-Verify memorandum of understanding (MOU) signatory (name, phone number, fax number and e-mail address)
- Company name
- Doing business as’ name (optional)
- Data Universal Numbering System (DUNS) number (optional)
- The physical address of the location from which your company will access E-Verify (including county)
- Company mailing address (if different from the physical address)
- Employer identification number (also called a Federal Tax ID Number)
- Total number of employees for all of your company’s hiring sites that will participate in E-Verify (you’ll choose from a range of numbers)
- Parent organization (optional)
- Administrator name (E-Verify corporate account) (optional)
- The first three digits of your company’s primary North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) code (if you don’t know it, we’ll help you find it when you enroll)
- The number of hiring sites that will participate in E-Verify in each state
For all registered users, you must be ready to provide:
- Phone Number
- Fax Number (optional)
- Email address