E-Verify is UNAVAILABLE due to the Federal Government Shutdown

E-Verify, the Internet-based system that employers use to check whether job applicants may legally work in the U.S. is currently unavailable due to a Federal Government shutdown. You will not be able to access your E-Verify account!

E-Verify Customer Support and any related services are also closed.

Which includes the following:

  • Employees will not be able to resolve Tentative Nonconfirmations (TNCs)! A TNC response means that the Social Security Administration (SSA) and/or the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) could not confirm that the employee’s information;
  • Telephone and e-mail support is unavailable. You may send e-mails but they will not respond until re-opened;
  • All E-Verify webinars and training are canceled;
  • E-Verify Self Check is unavailable.

For more details on the E-Verify closure, please review the USCIS News Bulletin, “E-Verify is Currently Unavailable“!

Source of Information:

USCIS.gov, 10/1/13, News Bulletin: E-Verify is Currently Unavailable

Bloomberg.com, 10/1/13, News Article: E-Verify Goes Dark as Shutdown Cuts Links to Companies

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