E-Verify Designated Agent I-9 Compliance
Interstate Professional Group Inc. is a Prime Contractor for the Federal Government. Because of our extensive Government Contracting Experience, we understand contracting and the FAR clauses that are required for contract compliance. E-Verify is an Internet based system operated by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) in partnership with the Social Security Administration (SSA) that allows the Designated Agent to verify the employment eligibility of newly hired employees. The new rule implements Executive Order 12989, as amended by President George W. Bush on June 6, 2008, directing federal agencies to require that federal contractors agree to electronically verify the employment eligibilities of their employees. This new rule requires federal contractors to agree, through language inserted into their federal contracts, to use E-Verify to confirm the employment eligibility of all persons hired during a contract term, and to confirm the employment eligibility of federal contractors, current employees who perform contract services for the federal government within the United States. For details on this regulation see: FAR E-Verify Clause 52.222-54 Employment Eligibility Verification. Interstate Professional Group Inc. is a “Designated Agent” certified to act on your company’s behalf in this process.
- Automatically providing you with confirmation within one (1) business day of request.
- Automatically providing you with the SSA “Tentative Non-Confirmation” employee notice and “SSA Referral Letter” plus follow-up responses for E-Verify tentative non-confirmation results, if necessary.
- Automatically providing you with the DHS “Tentative Non-Confirmation” employee notice and “DHS Referral Letter” plus follow-up responses for E-Verify tentative non-confirmation results, if necessary.
- Storing a copy of your E-Verify exchanged documents and records in case you are audited in a secure environment. You will receive all required postings plus updates on any new laws or changes which might affect your company regarding verification of employees’ eligibility to work in the U.S.