Records and Information from DMVs for E-Verify (RIDE)
may have heard that RIDE is a new feature that will allow E-Verify to validate driver’s
license information to improve validations. The RIDE initiative is designed to increase
the effectiveness of E-Verify by automating motor vehicle document verification between
Motor Vehicle Agencies (MVAs) and the E-Verify user. Participation is voluntary for
MVAs. For those MVAs that participate, the RIDE program will allow E-Verify employers
to verify a driver’s license, permit, or state-issued ID with the issuing U.S. jurisdiction.
So, if the employee presents a driver’s license to the employer (participating in
E-Verify) to complete Section 2 of Form I-9 that is issued by a participating MVA,
E-Verify will execute the data verification and only respond to the E-Verify user
whether the submitted information matches with the MVA data or not.
for this posting was obtained from an article
published on the American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators (AAMVA) website.
(E-Verify) is offering MVAs a financial incentive to participate in RIDE. The terms
of the incentive package are currently under negotiation.
and AAMVA are leveraging existing framework and applications to minimize any impact
on participating MVAs. This solution requires no development effort from the MVA.
believes the use of driver’s license data in its employment verification process will
significantly improve the accuracy and efficiency of E-Verify in verifying identity
and work authorization. Employees who are hired to work in the United States most
often use a United States driver’s license and Social Security Card as their documentation
for the Form I-9 and the employment verification process.
Presentation August 2010.pdf (310.58 KB)
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