WASHINGTON— After a year-long overhaul, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has launched a completely redesigned web interface for employers using the Agency’s E-Verify Program.
“This is one more example of the ongoing enhancements we are making to E-Verify,” said U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) Director Alejandro Mayorkas. “The redesigned web interface for E-Verify provides employers more streamlined access and offers an expanded customer support section. This parallels the Agency’s USCIS.gov redesign last September that ensures continued efficiency and transparency in our services.”
A new home page, along with a new ‘case alerts’ feature, improved case management, and streamlined tutorials are among the improvements to the E-Verify website. The new U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS)interface also has enhanced security features such as masking Social Security numbers to further protect privacy and ensure that only valid companies enroll in E-Verify. This and other new features will also help minimize the chances of fraudulent access.
The user-centric design showcases E-Verify’s continued commitment to customer service, security, accuracy, and efficiency. It further highlights USCIS’s overall customer centric focus and desire to continually increase the public’s confidence in the system.
All current E-Verify users are required to complete the updated tutorial. The tutorial takes about 20 minutes to complete and serves as a “how-to” of the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) new system.
E-Verify is a free, easy-to-use Web-based system—operated by USCIS in partnership with the Social Security Administration—that allows participating employers to electronically verify the employment eligibility of their newly hired employees. More than 208,000 participating employers at more than 762,000 worksites nationwide currently use E-Verify to electronically verify their newly hired workers’ employment authorization. Since Oct. 1, 2009, E-Verify has processed more than 11 million queries.
Source: U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS)