SELF-ASSESSMENT GUIDE FOR E-Verify DIRECT ACCESS USERS
An individual or company enrolled in E-Verify. The two types of access methods are:
- Employer- Most E-Verify participants, regardless of their business size or structure, are enrolled under the employer access method. This access method is used by the registered users of E-Verify employers and can include their human resources staff to electronically confirm the employment eligibility of their newly hired employees and/or employees assigned to a covered federal contract.
- E-Verify Employer Agent- The E-Verify employer agent access method allows an individual or company to act on behalf of other employers to confirm the employment eligibility of their newly hired employees and/or employees assigned to a covered federal contract. For more information, visit Using an E-Verify Employer Agent.
A person or entity that conducts hiring. As used in this document, “employer” means a person or other entity that participates in E-Verify.
E-Verify users can have one of two roles: program administrator or general user. An employer enrolled in E- Verify must have at least one program administrator and can have as many general users as needed. All users are responsible for following all E-Verify program rules and staying informed of changes to E-Verify policies and procedures. All users have the following permissions:
- Create and manage cases
- View reports
- Update own user profile