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AILA Doc. No. 20032300 | Dated January 26, 2020 | File Size: 1327 KDownload the Document
E-Verify posted the following update regarding the extension of the timeframe for taking action to resolve Tentative Nonconfirmations (TNCs):
If you have an employee who received a TNC who no longer works for you, you must wait for E-Verify to update the employee’s case so you can close the case in E-Verify. Employers must close all cases in E-Verify. Due to the extension for employees to resolve their TNCs, E-Verify will provide employers adequate time to close their cases once E-Verify updates these cases.
USCIS E-Verify issued a summary of its temporary policies due to COVID-19, including the extension of the timeframe for taking action to resolve TNCs.
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Effective March 27, 2020, myE-Verify users can begin using the new features, guidance and updated screens in Self Check to:
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