E-VERIFY

Submitting an E-Verify Case

Once you have completed section one and two of a new hire's I-9 form, you will be able to process an E-Verify case. Learn the steps of submitting an E-Verify case below. After submitting a case and receiving ca...

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Closing an E-Verify Case

Closing an E-Verify case is a crucial step in finalizing the e-verify process. To help close cases quickly and accurately, talentReef makes it easy to see case results, take additional actions, and make notes. ...

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E-Verify Case Results

E-Verify is an internet-based system that compares information from an employee's Form I-9 to data from U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and Social Security Administration (SSA) records to confirm emp...

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Resolving Duplicate Cases

Ideally, there is one E-Verify case submitted for each employee. If you attempt to run a new E-Verify case for an employee who already has open cases, you will see an alert about duplicate cases. Before proceed...

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Making E-Verify Notes

E-Verify Notes are a great way to keep track of cases and explain any discrepancies about a case result. This is a helpful way to avoid creating duplicate cases. For example, if you select an improper close cas...

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Completing E-Verify Training

E-Verify can be a complicated process if you're not familiar with it. Luckily, you can access training for E-Verify directly from your management console. Viewing the Training Options Click the drop d...

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Viewing E-verify Results

​​Navigating to E-Verify Management If you would like to view case results for E-Verify, you will want to navigate to E-Verify Management. This can be done by following these steps: ​ In the "Jump-To" ...

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Closing an "Employment Authorized" Case

After submitting an E-Verify case, you will receive a case result which indicates eligibility to work in the United States. There are many possibilities for case results, and the steps to close each case my var...

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SSA Case Results

In most cases, the Social Security Administration (SSA) will update the employee’s case with a final case result, which can be either “Employment Authorized” or “SSA Final Nonconfirmation”. Occasionally, the SS...

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DHS Case Results

In most cases, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) will update the employee’s case with a final case result, which can be either “Employment Authorized” or “DHS Final Nonconfirmation”. Occasionally, the D...

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