E-Verify is an employment verification system overseen by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). Employers who participate in the E-Verify program must display the E-Verify posting to inform their current and prospective employees of their legal rights and protections.
The USCIS recently updated the E-Verify posting. The changes included formatting and language clarification.
Recent Changes to E-Verify Posting NOT Mandatory to Post
The GovDocs Research Department has confirmed directly with the USCIS that these changes are not mandatory to post. In other words, if you participate in the E-Verify program and your locations are displaying the previous version of the E-Verify posting, you are still compliant with E-Verify posting requirements.
What Changed? See the E-Verify Poster Changes
Would like to see a detailed look at the recent E-Verify changes? Click here to download a look at the non-mandatory changes to the E-Verify posting.