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09 February 2012

The Wait is Over – E-Verify Self Check Is Now Available Nationwide

If you’re hunting for a job, you’ll want to use every tool you can to ensure that you’re ready. Since we first launched Self Check less than a year ago, one of the most frequent questions we’ve heard is, "When can I use Self Check in my state?"

The wait is now over. Self Check is now available nationwide in both English and Spanish.

Starting today, job hunters in every state across the country, as well as Washington, D.C., Guam, Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands and the Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands, will be able to use Self Check to confirm their employment eligibility status.

More and more employers use E-Verify to confirm their new hires’ work eligibility. You can use Self Check to confirm your work eligibility, see if there are any discrepancies in your records, and learn how to fix them before searching for a job. For more information, please visit the Self Check website at http://www.uscis.gov/selfcheck.

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4 Comments:

At February 10, 2012 at 10:43:00 AM EST , Anonymous Anonymous said...

posted all the correct information but it says it have to manually verify

 
At February 16, 2012 at 9:45:00 AM EST , Anonymous KD said...

There is a basic flaw in the information asked for DHS check. Two of the options are 1) I-94 or 2) I-94 with foreign passport. But no where it is explained in what situation one should choose which option. For most visa holders it is I-94 with foreign passport. I ended up choosing just I-94 and got a mismatch twice. When I chose I-94 with foreign passport, I got verified. Poor programming from USCIS as usual.

 
At February 17, 2012 at 10:37:00 AM EST , Anonymous Anonymous said...

IT IS A GOOD THING THAT FINALLY WE HAVE A WAY TO CHECK THE LEGALITY OF PEOPLE IN THE WORK FORCE. THAT WAY WILL HELP MANY OF US US CITIZEN AND PERMANENT RESIDENTS CAN GET A JOB. STOPING THE CONTRACT OF ILLEGALS

 
At March 27, 2012 at 11:52:00 PM EDT , Anonymous Randy Aaron said...

Is e-verify intended for those who just got their social security card issued, foreigners who just got work permit, green card, etc.?
Or does it apply to US Citizens also?
I thought that by doing a social security trace with a background check it would serve the same purpose.

 

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