E-VERIFY ACCESS RESUMES AFTER U.S. GOVERNMENT SHUTDOWN ENDS

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As the Federal Government shutdown ended, various non-essential Government functions resumed. U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Services (CIS) has advised that E-Verify, the Government’s electronic system for verification of employment eligibility, has resumed operation. The CIS has also provided information to both employers and employees concerning the creation of new cases in E-Verify and the resolution of Tentative Nonconfirmations (TNCs) received immediately prior to and during the U.S. Government shutdown.

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