The U. S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has published a
report that its E-Verify program is now being used by more than 500,000
U. S. companies and that 1,400 new users employ the service every week.
E-Verify is a free online service that employers can use to verify the
eligibility of potential employees applying to legally work in the U.
S. These potential employees may be U. S. citizens or foreign citizens
who have appropriate authorization. The free internet program is touted
as being fast and accurate, comparing information sent to it with data
from the Department of Homeland Security as well as the Social Security
Administration. It has received one of the highest ratings for a federal
service in customer satisfaction.
E-Verify was established in 1996. An employer submits the information contained
in the form I-9, called an Employment Eligibility Verification. The E-Verify
program then compares the information submitted with information documented
on U. S. passports and visas, immigration and naturalization records,
drivers' licenses and identification cards issued by states, and Social
Security records. The E-Verify program can even provide a photo of the
applicant in cases where they exist so that the employer can compare it
to what he has been given. When all of the information is verified, the
E-Verify system provides an employment authorization okay.
Immigration Firm in New Jersey
Immigration law covers all of the various aspects of situations regarding
immigration, visas, naturalization, deportation, and more. The above-mentioned
program is just one aspect of what falls under the U. S. Citizenship and
Immigration Services. The laws governing all of the various immigration
issues are complex and continually changing, which means that if you have
a matter which needs resolving it is best to consult with an experienced
immigration attorney who is knowledgeable and experienced in this field.
The Law Offices of Lloyd E. Bennett, Esq. P.C. concentrates on immigration
law. Mr. Bennett serves clients in New Jersey. He has been practicing
law in this field since 1987 and offers bilingual legal services in Spanish.
He has the experience and knowledge to help in any immigration matter,
including green cards, deportation defense, citizenship, asylum, temporary
visas, work visas, and more. He remains updated on all immigration issues
so that he can fully assist you throughout your immigration matter. Contact
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a case evaluation form on his website today.