E-Verify Enhancement Coming in June 2011
in an ongoing effort to improve E-Verify, is deploying several more enhancements to
the E-Verify website on June 12, 2011. These enhancements are NOT going
to be available on June 12, 2011 in the E-Verify Web Services interface used by E-Verify
Employer Agents (EA) such as TALX. At some point in the future, DHS will provide EAs
the specifications for the updated Web Services interface along with a notification
letter indicating by when EAs should support the new interface. DHS typically provides
EAs six months to implement a new interface to allow EAs time to incorporate the new
interface requirements into their development schedules. It is anticipated that this
new interface will be identified version 23 since the current interface is version
the specifications are made available, EAs do not know what, if any, user interface
updates or E-Verify closure codes will be required to support these enhancements..
you use the E-Verify website, your existing user ID and password are still valid and
all of your cases will be there when you log in. The first time you log in on or after
June 12, 2011, you will be required to take a short tutorial to learn about the changes.
12, 2011 Upgrades
has expanded its information sources to include driver’s license records, which strengthens
the integrity of the program.
you select that the employee presented a driver’s license, you will need to provide
the document number. Driver’s licenses include all types of licenses and permits that
grant driving privileges, including learner’s permits, commercial driver’s licenses
and motorcycle licenses.
This weblog is sponsored by TALX.
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