Tentative Nonconfirmation

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How Do I Correct My Immigration Records After Resolving a Tentative Non-confirmation?

E-Verify compares information from an employee's Form I-9, Employment Eligibility Verification, to information compiled from various government agencies. If the information matches, the employee is eligible to work in the...more

E-Verify Errors: The Pitfalls Employers Should Know About

Utah employers with 15 or more employees must register with and use a status verification system to verify work authorization of any new employee. Currently, the only system that verifies work authorization is E-Verify, which...more

E-Verify to Lock Theft-ridden SSNs: We Should All Worry

E-Verify, a semi-voluntary online program by which employers can confirm the identity and work authorization of workers as they are hired, is being programmed to "lock out" social security numbers (SSNs) that have been...more

Fraudulently-Used SSNs Can Now Be "Locked"

In an update that addresses one glaring gap in E-Verify, USCIS has announced that Social Security numbers that are used fraudulently (stolen, borrowed or purchased from someone else) will be “locked” in the system, generating...more

E-Verify Operations Resume After Government Shutdown

On October 17, 2013, E-Verify resumed operations after the government shutdown. The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service has issued detailed guidance on how to handle E-Verify functions affected by the shutdown, which is...more

With Shutdown Over, All E-Verify Services Now Available

After the federal government’s partial shutdown on October 1, 2013, employers were unable to access their E-Verify accounts. Now that funding has been restored and E-Verify services are back online, the Department of Homeland...more

E-Verify Is Back Open for Business

E-Verify is once again available for use by employers following the end of the federal government shutdown. As reported in our last alert, during the shutdown, E-Verify users were unable to access their accounts, verify the...more

USCIS Guidance on E-Verify Issues Post Resolution of Federal Government Shutdown

On October 17, 2013, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced that E-Verify has resumed operations following resolution of the federal government shutdown. During the shutdown, USCIS suspended the...more

Legal Alert: E-Verify Returns as Federal Government Reopens

After the long federal government shutdown, E-Verify features and services are now available. Information For Employers - Tentative Nonconfirmation (TNC) - If you received a TNC referred between September 17,...more

E-Verify Resumes Operations Following Federal Government Shutdown

USCIS issued a public announcement on October 17 to employers who were affected by the shutdown of E-Verify that occurred in the government shutdown of the last few weeks. Essentially, employers registered for E-Verify must...more

Alert! U.S. Federal Government Shutdown Ends…. E-Verify has Resumed

During the federal government shutdown all employers were required to continue to complete and retain Form I-9 for every employee hired, however, E-Verify employers were unable to access the federal government online based...more

Current Immigration Consequences of the Government Shutdown

With the federal government shutdown now a reality, employers should be aware of the immigration consequences. The following outlines how the government shutdown is affecting the operations at agencies that process...more

Government Shutdown Affects E-Verify, But Form I-9 Requirements Continue

With the federal government’s partial shutdown in its third day, many federal agency operations have been affected. Among them, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has suspended its E-Verify service until Congress...more

Immigration Alert: E-Verify Is Currently Unavailable

As of Oct. 1, 2013, employers will not be able to access their E-Verify accounts because of the federal government’s partial shutdown. As a result, employers will not be able to verify employment eligibility or view or take...more

Employees Now Notified of SSA and I-9 Mismatches

USCIS has announced an E-Verify customer service enhancement that will inform employees about Tentative Non-Confirmations (TNCs), which result from discrepancies between the data employees provide during the I-9 employment...more

Iowa Immigration Law Blog: Employees Will Now Receive Confirmation of TNCs by Email

If you are an E-Verify user, you know what a “TNC” is. It is a “tentative non-confirmation” provided when information entered in E-Verify cannot immediately be verified in the USCIS/SSA databases....more

E-Verify Can Directly Notify Employees of an Information Mismatch

The latest customer service enhancement to E-Verify will allow direct notification to employees. Currently, if there is a record mismatch that needs to be resolved before the employee can be confirmed as work authorized, a...more

Snapshots of Big Picture and Meaningful Small-Scale Developments in the World of Immigration

The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services' (USCIS) E-Verify system will now contact employees directly in the event of a Social Security Administration (SSA) or Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Tentative...more

This is the USCIS calling, we understand you received an E-Verify TNC

Employers using the government’s E-Verify program will encounter a new customer enhancement being implemented by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). On June 28th, the USCIS announced that employees...more

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