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The Enrollment Process | Article

When you enroll your company in E-Verify, you need to tell us some basic information about your company and agree to the rules of our program. During the enrollment process, you will:

E-Verify Usage Statistics | Article

The data below tracks E-Verify enrollment and usage on a quarterly basis.

Enrollment Checklist | Article

Deciding to enroll your company in E-Verify is the first step toward supporting a legal workforce.

Visit the E-Verify Enrollment website at E-Verify.gov/E-Verify-enrollment to get started. E-Verify will guide you through the enrollment process by asking you several questions.

Enrollment must be completed within a single web session. Refer to this checklist to ensure you have the required information before you begin.

For E-Verify Employer Agents of Federal Contractors | Article

E-Verify employer agents use E-Verify to confirm the employment authorization of their clients’ employees.

Recommended Actions for E-Verify Employer Agents

If you are an E-Verify employer agent, follow the steps below:  

  1. Update E-Verify profiles for your:

Timeframes for Enrollment and Use | Article

The deadlines for creating an E-Verify case for employees depends on whether the employer is new to E-Verify or is already enrolled in E-Verify.

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