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Immigrant And Employee Rights Section (Ier)

Reporting Violations | Article

If you believe an employer has violated E-Verify program rules, discriminated against you, or treated you unfairly, we encourage you to report it. You may be able to receive pay for work you lost and even get your job back. Also, the employer may have to pay fines for violating E-Verify rules.

Contact Us | Article

Questions about E-Verify? We’re here to help. 

You can find answers to many common questions right here on our Website, and we’re always just a phone call or email away if you need us.

E-Verify Support

The E-Verify Contact Center is available to assist you with using E-Verify, password resets, assistance with cases and technical support. We can also answer your questions about E-Verify policies and procedures, Form I-9, and employment eligibility.

Interagency Websites | Article

The following websites are most useful for E-Verify and myE-Verify users (both employers and employees):

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