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E-Verify Web Services

1.0 Introduction | Book page

This guide outlines processes, rules and responsibilities for employers and employer agents enrolled in E-Verify through a Web service. Users must follow the guidelines set forth in the E-Verify Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) and the rules and responsibilities outlined in this guide and other applicable E-Verify guidance.

For purposes of this guide, the term “employer” means any person, company, or other entity who is required to complete Form I-9, Employment Eligibility Verification, including any individual with an E-Verify user account.

Web Services | Article

The E-Verify Web services access method allows an employer to connect with E Verify by using customized software in addition to connecting with E-Verify by Web browser.

Some employers prefer to use software that customizes their interface with E-Verify. This access method provides the structure for development or procurement of software that integrates with existing business processes and tools.

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