Status of E-Verify Self Check Feature
By: Dave Fowler
USCIS has posted detailed information in the
Federal Register about the upcoming Self Check feature of E-Verify and provided release
information in response to a recent GAO report. USCIS plans to deploy Self Check in
Spring 2011 through a phased pilot implementation and USCIS will consider expanding
to more users as early as 2013. Questions such as ‘How many users will be in the initial
pilot?’, ‘How will users be selected?’, and ‘How will Self Check be communicated to
the public?’ remain to be answered.
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