myE-Verify is a free Web-based service that has something of value for everyone who works or is looking for a job in the United States. E-Verify is for employers; myE-Verify is for workers and job seekers.
Nearly 600,000 employers at over 1.9 million hiring sites use E-Verify to quickly confirm the employment eligibility of new employees. myE-Verify helps prepare you for the E-Verify employer by informing you about your rights and employer responsibilities. It also gives you free tools to participate in the process and protect your identity. All services are available nationwide and in Spanish at myE-Verify en Español.
Here is what myE-Verify has for you:
Self Check: Verify your personal information against the same records E-Verify checks. Job seekers can confirm that their records are in order or, if a mismatch occurs, learn how to make updates.
Resource Center: Information and learning materials from the worker’s perspective about the E-Verify and employment eligibility verification processes, including your rights, your roles, your employer’s responsibilities and your privacy. Information is in text and video. Many resources are available in multiple languages.
Case Tracker: Track the status of your E-Verify case-in-progress and know if any action is required.
myE-Verify personal accounts: Establish your own secure personal account to access additional myE-Verify features. Account holders have access to the following two features:
- Self Lock: Protect your identity by preventing unauthorized use of your social security number in E-Verify. Self Lock is available to myE-Verify account holders.
- Case History: For your security and interest, see where and when your information has been used in E-Verify and Self Check.
Every tool and service in myE-Verify is absolutely free. myE-Verify lets you confirm that your records for employment eligibility are correct, giving you confidence for the job search. It also helps you protects your identity and informs you about your E-Verify employer’s responsibilities and your rights in the E-Verify employment eligibility verification process.
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) developed myE-Verify in response to a request by Congress to offer services for U.S. workers to engage with USCIS and participate in the E-Verify process. E-Verify is a Department of Homeland Security program administered by USCIS in partnership with the Social Security Administration.