E-Verify extended the timeframe to take action to resolve:
- Social Security Administration (SSA) Tentative Nonconfirmations (TNCs) when they cannot be resolved due to SSA office closures.
- Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Tentative Nonconfirmations when they cannot be resolved due to office closures.
Employers Must Still Notify the Employee of the TNC As Soon As Possible
Employers are still required to let the employee know about the TNC result as soon as possible.
Once the employee decides whether to take action to resolve the TNC:
- The employee should note this decision on the Further Action Notice
- The employer should notify E-Verify of the employee’s decision
Employees who decide to take action are referred to SSA and/or DHS. Employers cannot take any adverse action against the employee with an interim E-Verify case status.
If you have questions about this change, please reach out to the Marks Gray Immigration Team for assistance.