Streamline new hire onboarding
Over the second half of 2017, the U.S. government significantly increased investigations of employer hiring practices. Now more than ever, employers must carefully review their new hire processes to ensure that they are compliant and audit ready.
Leverage our leadership in I-9 and E-Verify solutions
With real-time reporting and tracking, our electronic E-Verify services will minimize your risk exposure and keep you fully compliant in the wake of changing regulations, intensified immigration audits, and expanding E-Verify requirements for state and private businesses.
Benefit from a simple yet effective approach
After the electronic I-9 form is completed on the MAXIMUS electronic portal, employee data is automatically submitted to the E-Verify program. The majority of employees are successfully and immediately verified/work authorized; however, if a non-verification or a tentative confirmation is returned, the MAXIMUS solutions helps employers ensure that this difficult process is managed and tackled until completion. Managers are able to view in real-time the status of an E-Verify case to ensure they take the required steps to complete the process. It's as easy as that.
Understand why E-Verify is important to your business
- E-Verify is a web-based system that allows employers to electronically validate the employment eligibility of newly hired workers.
- In 2009, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security made it mandatory for federal contractors and subcontractors to use E-Verify to validate that employees are eligible to work in the United States.
- Three states (Arizona, Mississippi, and South Carolina) require E-Verify participation for all employers, both public and private.
- Nine other states (Colorado, Georgia, Idaho, Minnesota, Missouri, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Rhode Island, Nebraska and Utah) require E-Verify participation for those working in the public domain: state agencies, contractors or subcontractors.
Common E-Verify questions
- What is E-Verify?
Employers may have heard of the E-Verify platform, but how can it benefit employers when verifying employee information? E-Verify is an internet-based system that allows employers to compare information provided by employees on Form I-9 against records held by the Social Security Administration and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.
- How can employers use E-Verify?
The E-Verify website offers useful guidance on how employers can use E-Verify to compare employee information with official records held on file.
- Should employers use a designated E-Verify agent?
One question we are often asked is should employers use a designated E-Verify agent to complete employment eligibility checks on their behalf. There are a number of reasons for and benefits to using an agent, including:
- If you do not have the necessary equipment, such as internet access or a computer to use E-Verify.
- If you do not have the staff available or the time to use E-Verify.
- If you already outsource your Form I-9 process and also wish to outsource E-Verify processes.