New Fact Sheet for Resolving E-Verify TNC Issues Released

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Published Date: 03/10/2014

 

Reneé Watkins

By Reneé Watkins

 

In September 2013, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) released a new document known as the Tentative Nonconformation (TNC) Further Action Notice to aid employees in resolving TNC issues relating to the E-Verify program. Instructions for contacting either DHS or the Social Security Administration (SSA), depending on the issue, were provided along with basic information relating to any issues noted during the process.

 

On February 23, 2014, an updated TNC Further Action Notice was released to include specific information for correcting any issues with immigration records. There is also a link to a “Fact Sheet” entitled “How to Correct Your Immigration Records after Resolving a Tentative Nonconfirmation in E-Verify.” This fact sheet is available in 18 different languages to aid employees of all nationalities in clearing any issues that may interfere with their eligibility for employment.

 

Employers are encouraged to provide the new Fact Sheet only to any employee who may have already received a TNC, but are asked not to re-issue a TNC to any employee who has already received one.

 

For a link to the Fact Sheet for employees, go to http://j.mp/tnc-e.

 

To see more employee resources, visit http://j.mp/ev-e3.

 

For further information or questions, please contact a member of CAI's Advice & Resolution Team at 919‑878‑9222 or 336‑668‑7746.

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