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E-Verify : Employee’s Tentative Nonconfirmation Email Notifications

by | Aug 9, 2013 | Immigration, Immigration Team News

When an employee provides an email address on the new Form I-9, employers using E-Verify must enter it into the E-Verify system.  The government is using this email to notify employees of three situations: 1) that a tentative nonconfirmation (TNC) or record mismatch has occurred during their employment verification process and needs to be resolved;  2) that the employer referred the TNC case to DHS or SSA as a result of the employee’s decision to contest the TNC and the employee has not contacted the appropriate agency to try to resolve the TNC; and 3) that the employee must update his/her records with the SSA post naturalization.This new email notification process does not replace the employer’s obligation to notify an employee of a TNC.   For additional information, click here



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