The I-9 Solution is a web-based, paperless, software product that facilitates I-9 compliance. The patented application checks electronically completed I-9’s for errors immediately, and then sends all information directly to the E-verify to create a seamless interface that rolls a two step process into one
These tools facilitate instant error resolution. I-9 Compliance made easy!
E-Verify is a federal program which allows employers to verify the employment eligibility of new hires against federal databases.
Although E-Verify is a voluntary federal program, many states now require employers with businesses in the state to enroll and participate in E-Verify. E-Verify not only compares I-9 data to federal databases, but it also provides photos to allow employers to perform photo matches as well. Amerisearch Background Alliance is an Employer Designated Agent with Homeland Security – E-Verify Web Services.
Upon enrollment, employers are required to clearly display the Notice of E-Verify Participation and Right to Work posters in English and Spanish, both of which appear below. Employers may also display the posters in other languages provided by DHS.
E-Verify Participation Poster
Right To Work Poster
SSA Notice of Tentative Nonconfirmation
This is an example of the notice that you must give to an employee when he or she receives a Tentative Nonconfirmation from SSA. Keep the signed original for your records.
Memorandums Of Understanding (Mou)
The following are sample MOUs between the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), the Social Security Administration (SSA), and your company or agency. An electronic copy of your signed MOU is accessible from the ‘Edit Company Profile’ page.
These Web sites can help you find up-to-date information about issues relate to employment and immigration.
Referral Date Confirmation
The sample Referral Date Confirmations are provided as a reference to users of E-Verify. The Referral Date Confirmation is provided to the employee after the employer refers a case to SSA or DHS to resolve a TNC and provides the date by which the employee must follow up with SSA or DHS. The employee should refer to the Further Action Notice for specific instructions on how to contest a TNC.