When is the earliest I can create a case in E-Verify?
You may create a case in E-Verify for an employee whose first day of employment is up to 90 business days in the future. The employee’s first day of employment is the date the employee began (or will begin) work for pay. This date appears in Section 2, Certification on Form I-9 next to The employee’s first day of employment (mm/dd/yyyy).
The ability to select a future first day of employment does not change any policy, including the rule that prohibits prescreening. A prospective employee must have accepted an employment offer before you may complete Form I-9 and create a case in E-Verify.