USCIS to Launch E-Verify+ in June 2024

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced that on June 25, 2024, it will launch a trial of E-Verify+, which integrates the E-Verify employment eligibility verification process and Form I-9.  

What is E-Verify+?  

The E-Verify+ Program allows employees to directly add their documentation and personal information to the E-Verify+ portal. Employers can then review and approve the documentation. Once the employee and employer have electronically signed Form I-9, Employment Eligibility Verification, the form is complete and can be downloaded or archived.  

Benefits of the E-Verify+ Program 

If employees cannot be verified immediately, they will be contacted directly rather than needing to wait for a further action notice. This improvement is another USCIS initiative to reduce processing times and delays that slow down the verification process.  

With the new system, most employees who have been previously verified will retain that status with successive employers.  

Where are E-Verify+ Cases Processed?  

For convenience, E-Verify+ cases are handled in the same locations as traditional E-Verify cases.  

Additional Information  

Beginning June 25, 2024, employers and employees can only access the E-Verify account login page through the following website:


Envoy is pleased to provide you with this information, which was prepared in collaboration with Joy Ang, Partner, at Corporate Immigration Partners, P.C., a U.S. law firm who provides services through the Envoy Platform (the “U.S. Law Firm”).  

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