What’s New With E-Verify

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Are you ready for your next employer? Try Self Check, a free service. Benefits of Self Check: Self Check lets you confirm that your employment eligibility information is in order by checking it against the same databases E-Verify uses when employers enter a case. If Self Check finds a data-mismatch, you can receive instructions to correct your records with the appropriate federal agency. Self Check is a great tool for job seekers because it gives you the chance to confirm or correct your records before you meet your next employer. Learn More


Helps protect you from employment-related identity fraud by placing a “lock” on your Social Security number (SSN). This helps prevent anyone else from using your SSN to try to get a job with an E-Verify employer. Learn More


E-Verify’s photo matching is an important part of the employment eligibility verification process.  It requires the employer to verify that the photo displayed in E-Verify is identical to the photo on the document that the employee presented for section 2 of Form I-9. Learn More


Driver’s License Verification  Records and Information from DMVs for E-Verify (RIDE). Driver’s licenses and ID cards account for nearly 80 percent of the documents used as proof of identity by employees for E-Verify. The Records and Information from DMVs for E-Verify (RIDE) initiative is an enhancement to the E-Verify program that verifies the validity of driver’s license and ID card information by matching the data entered by employers against participating state motor vehicle department records. RIDE enables two-part verification by validating the information on select identity documents in addition to the existing employment authorization check. Learn More