Employers Participating in the Federal E-Verify Authorization Program

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Written by: Che Dawson, KTC Attorney

USCIS annually disposes of E-Verify records that are more than ten (10) years old in order to reduce security and privacy risks associated with U.S. Government retention of personally identifiable information. E-Verify employers are responsible for recording or printing and filing the E-Verify case verification number for each corresponding Form I-9 completed by the employer.

In order to maintain information employers may need associated with their E-Verify accounts, for I-9 verification compliance and/or for internal record keeping purposes, employers who have participated with E-Verify since prior to December 31, 2007 should download, prior to February, 28, 2018, a Historic Records Report containing the following E-Verify information:

  • Company name and location
  • Initiated date and verification case number
  • Employee name and date of initial resolution
  • Date of additional resolution and final status
  • Case closure information

Click here for instructions on how to download your Historic Record Report


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