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What is a photo mismatch DHS tentative nonconfirmation (mismatch)?

The photo E-Verify transmitted should be identical to the photo that appears on an employee’s DHS- or U.S. Department of State-issued document. If the employer determines that the photos do not match, it results in a photo mismatch. Employees who choose to take action on a mismatch, must follow the instructions in the Further Action Notice (PDF) to either scan and upload an image of their document using myE-Verify or by contacting DHS at the phone number shown on the Further Action Notice.

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What is a photo mismatch DHS tentative nonconfirmation (mismatch)?
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