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E-Verify Update and Improvements

​E-Verify has been operational since 1997 as part of a Basic Pilot Program to assist employers to verify electronically that a newly hired employee is authorized to work in the US.  A number of states have made use of E-Verify mandatory, including North Carolina which requires that employers with 25 employees to have been enrolled …

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USCIS Announces Comment Period for E-Verify Program

Nataliya Binshteyn of Greenberg Traurig, LLP recently had an article regarding E-Verify published in The National Law Review:   On September 11, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS)announced a 60-day period for submitting comments about the E-Verify program. Comments are encouraged and will be accepted until November 13, 2012. Additional details about the Federal Register notice announcing the comment period …

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E-Verify: North Carolina and Federal Requirements

An article by Jennifer G. Parser of Poyner Spruill LLP regarding E-Verify appeared recently in The National Law Review: North Carolina’s Rule Last June, 2011, North Carolina joined the ranks of an increasing number of states requiring the use of E-Verify.  E-Verify is a free internet-based system that allows employers to determine employment authorization by checking an employee’s documentation …

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