By Cal Smith
Anyone gave any thought to how new immigrants soon planning to bombard our border in the very near future will work in legitimate businesses. Assuming most of the new batch of people are going to work here, It takes very little effort to research what I discovered by visiting the Everify website.
Apparently nearly 1,000,000 workers are enrolled. I ask anyone with basic math skills with the website claim being just below 11,000,000 workers where and how do the balance of workers work aim to work legally? it is suggested by certain news reporters that the new number (counted 12 years ago in 2008) might now be more than 20,000,000.
What is the Problem with Undocumented Workers not enrolled in Everify and who is responsible for it’s failure? Why are Americans Divided on this?
First, let’s Explore what is Everify and How it Works?
Spend a few minutes on the Everify Website , it appears to be a valuable asset that could be used to balance the work amongst U.S. citizens and the current and ongoing crisis some say at the border currently. Let me know your thoughts?
E-Verify is an Internet-based system that compares information entered by an employer from an employee’s Form I-9, Employment Eligibility Verification, to records available to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and the Social Security Administration to confirm employment eligibility.
Verification of Employment Eligibility
E-Verify operates with speed and accuracy. E-Verify is the only free, fast, online service of its kind that electronically confirms an employee’s information against millions of government records and provides results within as little as three to five seconds.
- Has over 967,000 enrolled employers of all sizes
- Includes more than 2.4 million hiring sites
- Is joined by about 1,500 new participating companies every week
- Is one of the federal government’s highest-rated services for user satisfaction.
Initial Verification Process
The E-Verify process begins with a completed Form I-9, Employment Eligibility Verification. Next, employers create a case in E-Verify, using the information from their employee’s Form I-9, no later than the third business day after the employee starts work for pay. E-Verify checks information entered against records available to the Social Security Administration (SSA) and Department of Homeland Security (DHS).
If the employee presented a Permanent Resident Card (Form I-551), Employment Authorization Document (Form I-766), U.S. passport, or passport card, E-Verify Photo Matching will prompt the employer to compare the photo on the employee’s document with a photo displayed during creation of the E-Verify case. This helps ensure that the document the employee provided is genuine and relates to the employee.
After the employer enters their employee’s information into E-Verify, a case result is displayed. The chart below provides an overview of the case results that E-Verify may return.
Case Results Overview
- Employment Authorized – The employee’s information matched records available to SSA and/or DHS.
- Verification In Process – This case was referred to DHS for further verification.
- Tentative Nonconfirmation (TNC) – Information did not match records available to SSA and/or DHS. Additional action is required.
- Case in Continuance – The employee has visited an SSA field office or contacted DHS, but more time is needed to determine a final case result.
- Close Case and Resubmit – SSA or DHS requires that you close the case and create a new case for this employee. This result may be issued when the employee’s U.S. passport, passport card, or driver’s license information is incorrect.
- Final Nonconfirmation – E-Verify cannot confirm the employee’s employment eligibility after the employee visited SSA or contacted DHS.
If the initial case result is a Tentative Nonconfirmation (TNC), the employee must be notified and take further action before E-Verify can provide a final case result and complete the verification process.
If the initial case result is Verification in Process or Case in Continuance, it means E-Verify needs more time before a final case result can be given.
To complete the E-Verify process, the employer must receive a final case result and close the case. Final case results include Employment Authorized, Close Case and Resubmit, and Final Nonconfirmation. E-Verify automatically closes cases resulting in Employment Authorized.