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18 January 2012

Make a New Year’s Resolution to Use E-Verify

It’s the start of a new year and you might have jotted down a few resolutions to help your business in 2012. If you’ve been thinking about enrolling in E-Verify, 2012 is the perfect time to do it. Using E-Verify has never been easier and it’s a big step towards ensuring a legal workforce.

To learn more about E-Verify, watch our video on how to enroll, or sign up for one of our daily, free webinars. Below are a few links to resources that will set you and your business on the path to enroll in E-Verify.



At January 23, 2012 at 1:15:00 AM EST , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Is it unusual not to get a receipt notice after 7 weeks and counting?

At January 24, 2012 at 10:09:00 AM EST , Anonymous Anonymous said...

New Year's Resolutions:
1. Update processing times
2. Update I-485 inventory
3. Make the I-485 process transparent

At January 24, 2012 at 12:11:00 PM EST , Anonymous Anonymous said...


The process for electronic verification is good but the delay kills. For example , the NSC service center takes 30-45 days to just send the BIO METRIC Appointment whereas the TSC send the same within 1-2 weeks. If there is so much of difference in time & processing of the application then how does the Electronic process improved over Manual. The Lady I spoke to the Customer Care was reading the same information which was present & no value addition was done by that agent.

Is there a way to consistently look at the processing times for each application. As a Software Architect , If you automate the process to send the BIO METRIC Appointment for all the applicants irrespective of the application service center filling date would resolve the issue.

At January 25, 2012 at 12:01:00 AM EST , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Convert all paper work to online processing. It will probably help increase the speed of processing, reduce paper work and realtime access.

How about, create web services and integrate all Immigration Law Office to use the web service when submitting all the documents some kind of realtime workflow. Before, it is expensive to store softcopy than hardcopy, but now, disk storage is cheaper than paper.

Also, on our current process, we all know because of backlog, as an individual that file for I-140, we should all be patience. My employer filed for I-140 last June 2011 and still didn't receive an approval and I'm not worried because I'm doing my job very well and do above and beyond.

For short no worry because I understand how hard to check all application one by one. Be patience.

At January 31, 2012 at 11:27:00 AM EST , Anonymous Anonymous said...

It is impossible to make any resolution and keep it because of the efficient processing of EB applications by USCIS. We have no realistic guidance. After 11 years of waiting and countless resolutions to do better in life each year the hurdle always came back to "do I get my GC this year or not"? We are in 21st century. With all computing power available to humans nothing should take 11 years.

May be it is time for USCIS to make a resolution to clear the backlog on EB. Let us see if that can be achieved with all the unlimited govt resources and BILLIONS of dollars in fees collected.

There is no leadership and absolute vaccum on this issue. Perhaps people responsible for these delays should return all the money they made over the years via paychecks along with credit card style interest. May be this idea will wake up some good soldiers for a good deed called public service.

Your s sincerely
directionless, resolutionless clue less EB applicant

At April 4, 2012 at 4:47:00 PM EDT , Anonymous Anonymous said...

G.r.o.w. .u.p USCIS!

Collecting Millions of USD from Immigrants and not providing suitable services. You expect people with higher education and degrees from US and International Universities to keep on waiting for 10-20 years? After applying it takes months/years to process the applications?

Instead of gulping all the Millions USD of revenues from immigrants serving US business, automate immigration systems, be transparent, keep the systems simple and uniform. Otherwise you only continue to contribute to great dis-service to US and promote illegals in US.

Start thinking USCIS administrators!!

At April 15, 2012 at 7:15:00 PM EDT , Anonymous christina thomas said...

I can understand immigrants having to pay for the forms to be processed; but the exorbitant fees leaves a problem wide open: unless they're independently wealthy, how do you expect them to be able to pay without working? Many, many immigrants are actually quite educated and capable of holding a career, much less a job; the opportunity to be gainfully employed while awaiting status information would go along way.

At April 17, 2012 at 4:37:00 AM EDT , Anonymous John said...

Agreeing with most of the comments here as well. I have many friends overseas who are HARD working, very smart, and really want to live and work in the USA. They are competing with people who simply must cross the border and embrace all the freebies.

It make 0 sense for an American who marries a foreigner to have to wait at least 3 years to bring his wife to the USA -- when they're legally married. Yet on the other hand, a husband/wife can cross the border and have a child on US soil, and reap government handouts for life.

Oh, the hypocrisy!

At May 8, 2012 at 2:14:00 PM EDT , Anonymous Mike said...

I enrolled for E-Verify and it makes life so much easier. Love it!

At May 10, 2012 at 4:19:00 PM EDT , Anonymous robert said...

I recently read in our local newspaper of a group of "newly minted" citizens taking the oath to legally become part of our country.

I don't know all of the steps they took to get to the point of taking the oath...I'm certain they were onerous and spent years of their lives to do so.

I wonder how they feel about people coming into the U.S. and attempting to by pass the process.

At May 31, 2012 at 5:39:00 PM EDT , Anonymous Terry Crews said...

On the one hand, this country claims to exalt the institution of marriage; yet there are so many hurdles that an American's foreign-born wife has to go through in order to make it to her husband's country. The whole immigration process needs to be seriously reconsidered.

At least initiatives like E-Verify are starting to streamline some aspects of the immigration system; which, on the whole, needs to be revamped if you ask me.

At October 21, 2012 at 4:18:00 PM EDT , Anonymous learn more here said...

I am also proud user of e-verify. Its really nice.

At April 11, 2014 at 11:33:00 PM EDT , Anonymous cara membuat email said...

New Year's Resolutions:
1. Update processing times
2. Update I-485 inventory
3. Make the I-485 process transparent

At March 12, 2015 at 11:09:00 AM EDT , Anonymous zobodi said...

Convert all paper work to online processing. It will probably help increase the speed of processing, reduce paper work and realtime access.


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