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I-9 E-Verify Immigration Compliance

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  1. Wyoming Becoming 8th State to Join E-Verify RIDE

    By: Bruce Buchanan, Sebelist Buchanan Law PLLC

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    Wyoming will soon become the eighth state to join the Records and Information from DMVs for E-Verify (RIDE) Program. RIDE is an E-Verify initiative, in conjunction with the American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators, linking the E-Verify system with participating state driverís licensing agencies. The prior states joining RIDE were Florida, Idaho, Iowa, Mississippi, Nebraska, North Dakota, and Wisconsin.

    RIDE allows E-Verify to validate the authenticity of driverís licenses and state identification cards presented by employees as I-9 form identity documents. The RIDE program attempts to mitigate the risk of fraud by comparing the data from the card with data supplied by statesí motor vehicle agencies. If E-Verify is not able to match the license or ID card to data within the DMV, the employer will receive a Tentative Non-confirmation (TNC) indicating the issue and must give the employee a Further Action Notice and opportunity to meet I-9 demands. In this manner, RIDE is designed to boost the accuracy of employment eligibility verification in E-Verify.
  2. Wisconsin Becomes 7th State to Join E-Verify RIDE

    By Bruce Buchanan, Siskind Susser

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    Wisconsin has become the seventh state, effective November 15, 2015, to join the Records and Information from DMVs for E-Verify (RIDE) Program. RIDE is an E-Verify initiative, in conjunction with the American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators, linking the E-Verify system with participating state driverís licensing agencies. The prior states joining RIDE were Florida, Idaho, Iowa, Mississippi, Nebraska and North Dakota.

    RIDE allows E-Verify to validate the authenticity of driverís licenses and state identification cards presented by employees as I-9 form identity documents. The RIDE program attempts to mitigate the risk of fraud by comparing the data from the card with data supplied by statesí motor vehicle agencies. In this manner, RIDE is designed to boost the accuracy of employment eligibility verification in E-Verify.
  3. E-Verify Adds North Dakota as 6th State to join RIDE

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    The USCIS announced the E-Verify system will begin checking North Dakota driverís licenses and ID cards, effective June 15, 2015. North Dakota is the sixth state to join the Records and Information from DMVs for E-Verify (RIDE) Program, which began in June 2011. The other states are Mississippi, Florida, Idaho, Iowa, and Nebraska.

    What is RIDE?

    RIDE gives employers the ability to validate the authenticity of an employeeís driverís license, driverís permit, or state-issued ID card (if presented during the I-9 process). The RIDE program attempts to mitigate this risk by comparing the data from the card with data supplied by statesí motor vehicle agencies.

    Helpful Tip
    In most states, driverís licenses and ID cards often look alike so itís important that the Employer choose the correct document type during the E-Verify submission in order to avoid a Tentative Non-confirmation (TNC). In order to assist HR in choosing the right document, E-Verify has created a fact sheet for each participating state, which provides images and descriptions of the different document types.
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