1.0 Introduction

This manual provides guidance on E-Verify processes and outlines the rules and responsibilities for corporate administrators enrolled in E-Verify. Users must follow the guidelines set forth in the E-Verify Memorandum of Understanding for Employers (MOU) and rules and responsibilities outlined in this manual.

For purposes of this manual, the term “employer” means a person, company, or other entity that is required to complete Form I-9, Employment Eligibility Verification, including any individual with an E-Verify user account. The term “corporate administrator” means any individual designated by an employer to oversee the use of E-Verify at multiple sites through an administrative account; there is no association to an employer’s legal status as a corporation. Corporate administrator is simply the name for the type of E-Verify account that some companies use to oversee E-Verify at multiple locations.

A corporate administrator account is an optional tool that is useful to an employer that plans to create E-Verify cases from multiple locations and wants to link those sites to a single central account for management and reporting. If an employer has only one location where they will create E-Verify cases that employer may simply enroll in E-Verify with the employer access method, see Section 1.2.1.

This section provides a background and overview and an introduction to participation, user roles, basic website navigation, rules and responsibilities, and the privacy and security guidelines of E-Verify.

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