Revised Form I-9 Released

Revised Form I-9 Released
Lookout’s Development Efforts Already Underway U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced the newly revised Form I-9 is now approved for use. The announcement includes an implementation grace period through May 7, 2013 to allow employers to revise their internal processes to incorporate the use of theRead more

The Human Element

The Human Element
As I-9 Program Administrators, you know the challenges presented by the human element. Electronic Form I-9 systems with real-time error-checking go a long way toward eliminating the issues created by the human element. But, even with error-checking software in place, there are still certain pitfalls that canRead more

Details Behind the TNC

Details Behind the TNC
The “Tentative Non-Confirmation” or TNC is the 2nd most common response users see from the E-Verify system following the “Authorized to Work” response. The reason this is a “tentative” non-confirmation is that the system sees some commonality between the employee’s information and a record in the system.Read more

Year-End Compliance Check

Year-End Compliance Check
Here are 5 things that you can do as the year comes to a close to evaluate compliance with E-Verify and Form I-9. See how your end users are doing and how your Compliance Program performed in 2012. We invite you to contact us for assistance withRead more

Proposed Changes to the E-Verify MOU

Proposed Changes to the E-Verify MOU
On September 11, 2012, DHS announced proposed changes to the E-Verify MOU in the Federal Register (77 FR 55858). The Federal Register notice provides a 60-day comment period ending November 13, 2012. There are 6 versions of the new proposed MOU depending upon how access to E-VerifyRead more

USCIS Issues E-Verify Self-Assessment Guide

USCIS Issues E-Verify Self-Assessment Guide
Recently, the Department of Homeland Security published The E-Verify Self-Assessment Guide for Direct Access Users (M-1044) or Web Services Users (M-1043). The Self-Assessment Guide is designed to assist participating employers in complying with the user requirements of E-Verify and to help improve participants’ overall use of theRead more

Form I-9 Changes Still Pending

Form I-9 Changes Still Pending
In March, USCIS proposed some significant changes to Form I-9. These changes included adding employee phone number and email as optional fields in Section 1. The proposal also called for requesting additional details in Section 1 for Aliens Authorized to Work in the United States, such asRead more