E-Verify AND E-Verify SERVICES ARE UNAVAILABLE
E-Verify and E-Verify services are currently unavailable due to a lapse in government appropriations.
E-Verify Accounts Inaccessible
While E-Verify is unavailable, employers will not be able to access their E-Verify accounts to:
- Enroll in E-Verify;
- Create an E-Verify case;
- View or take action on any case;
- Add, delete or edit any user account;
- Reset passwords;
- Edit company information;
- Terminate accounts; and
- Run reports.
Also, employees will be unable to resolve E-Verify Tentative Nonconfirmations (TNCs).
E-Verify Policies Implemented to Minimize Impact
The Department of Labor understands that E-Verify’s unavailability may have a significant impact on employer operations. To minimize the burden on both employers and employees, the following policies have been implemented:
- The “three-day rule” for creating E-Verify cases is suspended for cases affected by the unavailability of E-Verify.
- The time period during which employees may resolve TNCs will be extended. The number of days E-Verify is not available will not count toward the days the employee has to begin the process of resolving their TNCs.
- The Department of Labor will provide additional guidance regarding “three-day rule” and time period to resolve TNCs deadlines once operations resume.
- Employers may not take adverse action against an employee because the E-Verify case is in an interim case status, including while the employee’s case is in an extended interim case status due to the unavailability of E-Verify.
- Federal contractors with the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) E-Verify clause should contact their contracting officer to inquire about extending federal contractor deadlines.
Available E-Verify Resources
For your convenience, several free E-Verify resources are still available:
- For information on interim cases statuses and E-Verify resources see E-Verify publications and Questions and Answers.
- The Department of Labor recommends all employers and employees refer to the E-Verify User Manuals or Guides and the E-Verify website for questions and answers.
- The Department of Labor encourages E-Verify Employer Agents to see the Supplement Guide for E-Verify Employer Agents.
Form I-9 Requirements
The lapse in government appropriations does not affect Form I-9, Employment Eligibility Verification requirements. Employers must still complete Form I-9 no later than the third business day after an employee starts work for pay, and comply with all other Form I-9 requirements outlined in the Handbook for Employers (M-274) and on I-9 Central.
myE-Verify Accounts Inaccessible
myE-Verify is unavailable and employees will not be able to access their myE-Verify accounts to use:
- Self Check
- Self Lock
- Case History
- Case Tracker
However, employees may visit the Resource Center and Employee Rights Toolkit for information on their rights and roles in the Form I-9 and E-Verify processes.
Webinars are Cancelled
The following webinars are cancelled:
- Form I-9
- E-Verify Overview
- E-Verify in 30
- E-Verify for Web Services Users
- Federal Contractor E-Verify
- E-Verify for Existing Users
- myE-Verify, and Employee Rights
However, employers and employees may view the The Department of Labor’s Form I-9 On-Demand Webinar.
Telephone and Email Support Unavailable
Form I-9, E-Verify and myE-Verify support representatives are not available to respond to inquiries.
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