August 15, 2012
You've just hired the perfect candidate-or so you think.
Monster is proud to bring you a series of webinars related to E-Verify and its importance to the on-boarding process.
U.S. law requires companies to employ only individuals who may legally work in the United States – either U.S. citizens, or foreign citizens who have the necessary authorization. This diverse workforce contributes greatly to the vibrancy and strength of our economy, but that same strength also attracts unauthorized employment.
E-Verify is an Internet-based system that allows businesses to determine the eligibility of their employees to work in the United States. E-Verify is fast, free and easy to use – and it’s the best way employers can ensure a legal workforce. Listen and learn from the E-Verify subject matter experts at the Department of Homeland Security to help you determine if your candidate is a legal hire.
E-Verify is the only service that verifies employees' data against millions of government records and provides accurate results within seconds. There's no other program that provides the same peace of mind so quickly.
Join us and learn how to use this free tool.
E-Verify compares the information an employee provides on Form I-9, Employment Eligibility Verification, against millions of government records and generally provides results in three to five seconds. If the information matches, that employee is eligible to work in the United States. If there's a mismatch, E-Verify will alert the employer and the employee will be allowed to work while he or she resolves the problem.
E-Verify works by comparing information entered from an employee's Form I-9 to:
- 455 million Social Security Administration (SSA) records
- 80 million U.S. Department of Homeland Security records
U.S. Department of Homeland Security databases contain records about employment-based visas, immigration and naturalization status, and U.S. passport issuance, which allow E-Verify to compare information against a wide variety of sources.
What you will learn:
- How to use E-Verify
- Results received from the E-Verify system and what they mean
- What you should do if your candidate is a mismatch to E-Verify records
Monster would like to thank Dave Basham for presenting this webinar.
Management & Program Analyst, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, Department of Homeland Security
Dave joined U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, Department of Homeland Security in July 2008 following a 22 year career in the United States Army. Dave was heavily involved in the planning of Form I-9 presentations to the Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands in 2009. His duties include serving as the contact for ICE IMAGE Special Agents, nationwide, in regards to the Form I-9, E-Verify, and Self Check. He has presented in over 35 states and territories to audiences ranging from elected officials, immigration attorneys, and business leaders to human resource and payroll specialists. Dave’s assignments in the U.S. Army included Infantry Battalion Operations Sergeant, Instructor and Recruiter. His military service decorations include the Legion of Merit. Dave is originally from West Virginia but now makes his home in historic Virginia.
About the Sponsor:
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) is the government agency that oversees lawful immigration to the United States.
USCIS will secure America’s promise as a nation of immigrants by providing accurate and useful information to our customers, granting immigration and citizenship benefits, promoting an awareness and understanding of citizenship, and ensuring the integrity of our immigration system.
We are the 18,000 government employees and contractors of USCIS working at 250 offices across the world. Achieving our goals becomes possible when the different elements of our organization are engaged and acting as partners working towards a common outcome. USCIS’ strategic goals include:
- Strengthening the security and integrity of the immigration system.
- Providing effective customer-oriented immigration benefit and information services.
- Supporting immigrants’ integration and participation in American civic culture.
- Promoting flexible and sound immigration policies and programs.
- Strengthening the infrastructure supporting the USCIS mission.
- Operating as a high-performance organization that promotes a highly talented workforce and a dynamic work culture.
For more information on the history of our organization, click here.