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What's New

What's New

JUN17

E-Verify.gov Website Redesign is LIVE!

E-Verify is pleased to announce the launch of the redesigned e-verify.gov. The website premiered a dynamic, refreshed homepage with the following enhancements: 

Updated website design that included:Left navigation menu;  Info and Alert banners;Process lists; and Summary boxes.

The redesigned website also included: 

JUN17

Coming Soon! E-Verify is Enhancing Security for Account Login

Later this year, E-Verify browser users will begin using Login.gov to log into E-Verify. This change will require users to enter more information than just a password through a process called multi-factor authentication. For example, along with the password, users may be asked to enter a code sent to their email or phone.

Enhancing the E-Verify login process:

JUN11

Reminder for E-Verify Users - Check Your E-Verify Log-in Bookmark!

Please check that your E-Verify log-in page URL reflects everify.uscis.gov.

MAY29

Announcing the E-Verify+ Trial Launch!

E-Verify is excited to announce the successful launch of the E-Verify+ trial!

What is E-Verify+?

E-Verify+ is a new, upcoming service of E-Verify that integrates the Form I-9 and E-Verify employment eligibility verification processes into one seamless experience.

What does the trial launch mean for you?

The trial puts us one step closer to bringing E-Verify+ to you.

MAY28

E-Verify Users: Check Bookmarks for Login Access Before June 25

Effective June 25, the E-Verify account log-in page will only be accessible through https://everify.uscis.gov/.

Users should review bookmarks to ensure they are using the current URL, everify.uscis.gov (without a dash).

The old URL (e-verify.uscis.gov/) using a dash in the E-Verify name and associated redirect will no longer work after this date, resulting in an error message.

Please review and update your bookmarks and saved favorites to reflect everify.uscis.gov (with no dash).

APR15

Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for Ethiopia Extended and Redesignated for 18 Months; Certain EADs Automatically Extended Through June 12, 2025

Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro Mayorkas extended and redesignated Ethiopia for Temporary Protected Status (TPS) from June 13, 2024, through Dec. 12, 2025.

APR15

Secretary of Homeland Security Implements Employment Authorization for Palestinians Covered Under Deferred Enforced Departure

Based on the Feb. 14, 2024, presidential memorandum on DED for Palestinians, Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro Mayorkas is implementing employment authorization through Aug. 13, 2025, for Palestinians covered by Deferred Enforced Departure (DED).

APR11

E-Verify+: the “Plus” Means More for Employment Eligibility Verification!

E‑Verify’s upcoming new service, E‑Verify+, will bring you all the great benefits of using E-Verify and more!

Through E‑Verify, an employee’s Form I-9 information is compared with records available to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and the Social Security Administration. E‑Verify+ is a streamlined employment eligibility verification service that combines the Form I-9 and E-Verify into one seamless digital process for you and your employees.

APR8

Temporary Final Rule to Increase Employment Authorization and/or Employment Authorization Document Validity for Eligible Renewal Applicants

On April 8, 2024, the Department of Homeland Security published a temporary final rule (89 FR 24628) that temporarily increases the automatic extension period of employment authorization and/or Employment Authorization Document (Form I-766 or EAD) validity from up to 180 days to up to 540 days from the expiration date on the face of the EAD. 

MAR27

You’ll Want to See This!

Catch a sneak peek of the new E-Verify+ service coming later this year! E-Verify is excited to share a glimpse of how E-Verify+ will modernize the employment eligibility verification process for employers and individuals. Watch the video here!

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