Important Update for E-Verify Users: Program Redesign and Required Tutorial

Thursday, July 1, 2010

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services is launching a redesigned E-Verify interface to take effect June 13, 2010.  USCIS promises the new format will provide enhanced security, usability, accuracy and efficient.


Before using the redesigned system, users must undergo a short tutorial in the E-Verify system.  Employers should plan additional time for the first use of E-Verify after June 13.

Other New Features

USCIS has updated its website to cover some of the new features of the redesigned program, which include a new look, a new homepage, simplification of terminology, user-friendly case results, enhanced case alerts, and easy to find links to related publications and documentation, including the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU).
Employers can prepare for the change by visiting the government’s E-verify page at, clicking the “Customer Support” link (left side of the page) and selecting the “E-Verify Redesign” option.  Users will find links to publications, “how to” videos, user manuals, and additional resources. 

USCIS has announced it will hold two free webinars to introduce users to the new system on June 16th.  Registration and webinar information can be found at the USCIS website.

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