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27 February 2013

E-Verify Listens – A Look Inside the Ongoing Discussion

In July 2012, we launched E-Verify Listens and turned to you for ideas on how to improve the E-Verify experience. E-Verify Listens is an online community where users can submit and discuss ideas, as well as vote for their favorite ideas to help frame the evolution of E-Verify. We are pleased to report that the response has exceeded expectations and we are learning a lot from you! We have also been pleasantly surprised to find that people are using E-Verify Listens to discuss the program with each other and even exchange tips and solutions based on their experience using E-Verify.

We have made a few changes to the E-Verify Listens project and website. Here is what’s new:
  1. The conversation to date has produced so many good ideas that we decided to extend the project past January!
  2. Based on the wide array of feedback, we expanded conversation topics to get your input on more aspects of the E-Verify experience.
  3. We are considering your ideas for possible incorporation to the E-Verify site and will provide updates over the next few months
 
Whether this is your first time hearing about E-Verify Listens or you are already a user, please check out E-VerifyListens.IdeaScale.com to see what’s new and join the conversation.

E-Verify is a free, Web-based service that allows employers to quickly confirm the employment eligibility of new employees. Learn more at www.dhs.gov/E-Verify.

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2 Comments:

At March 2, 2013 at 8:31:00 PM EST , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Some company only request two identification Social Secury card and Driver license but don't care the lince is expired.

 
At March 8, 2013 at 1:19:00 PM EST , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Didn't know which USCIS site to acknowledge the great service.
Went to Buffalo USCIS for my biometrics. Starting from the welcoming securities to the lady who assisted me (was so accommodating at same time professional)...THANK YOU!
Also for the fast processing/action on my EAC-AP Card...THANK YOU SO MUCH!!
Looking forward to my other application :)
Again...THANK YOU EVERYONE @ USCIS! Two thumbs up!

 

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