USCIS Unveils E-Verify NextGen as “Coming Soon”

E-Verify NextGen is on its way. Learn more about how it will differ from the current E-Verify process, who will most benefit, and how soon we may be seeing it.

News on E-Verify NextGen has been hotly anticipated. Excitement for it has been stoked by a recent announcement by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) that it is “Coming Soon”.  

This announcement, along with a very limited demonstration and other materials that E-Verify has released about NextGen, proclaims that it will aim to streamline the Form I-9 and verification process. By putting the employee more in the driver’s seat by submitting their own information to the E-Verify system and largely taking the employer out of the process, E-Verify NextGen proposes that it will help improve efficiency, reduce data entry errors, and reduce the burden on employers.  

Watch our video to learn more about how E-Verify NextGen might differ from the current E-Verify process, who we believe may benefit the most from it, and when we might  expect to see the upcoming platform.

To learn more about the latest developments in Form I-9 and E-Verify, watch our webinar, Fall Forecast: Navigating I-9 and E-Verify for the New Fiscal Year!  We cover topics like: 

  • The new Form I-9 and what you need to know before the Nov 1 deadline

  • COVID-19 inspections and navigating post-deadline compliance and “good faith” efforts

  • The new virtual alternative procedure for Form I-9

  • State E-Verify laws with a special focus on recent changes in Florida

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Finally, if you have any questions about E-Verify NextGen or would like more information on our integrated I-9 and E-Verify software solutions which are available today, please visit I-9 HQ .

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