LABOR LAW NEWS
Mandatory E-Verify Posting Update
By Kelsey Basten
Published on September 5, 2017
The federal E-Verify posting, issued by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) agency, updated Aug. 17. It is required for all employers who utilize E-Verify in the workplace, including both those who are required to and voluntarily participate in the program.
The posting was updated to reduce language and make information more clear and understandable. The layout of the poster was also redesigned. One of the most significant changes is that the English and Spanish versions are combined on one posting, meaning there is no longer a stand-alone Spanish E-Verify posting.
Who is the E-Verify Posting Required for?
The posting is required for the following:
- Federal contractors
- Employers in states that require the use of the federal E-Verify program
- Employers that voluntarily participate in the federal E-Verify program
Please note: Due to federal restrictions, GovDocs can’t sell the E-Verify posting as a standalone product. It’s free with the purchase of our federal Right to Work poster.
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