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  • Blogging: USCIS Will be Using Employee E-Mail Address in Case of TNC by Bruce Buchanan

    Bloggings on I-9 E-Verify Immigration Compliance

    Bruce Buchanan

    USCIS Will be Using Employee E-Mail Address in Case of TNC; Bruce Buchanan, Siskind Susser

    USCIS has just announced if an employee voluntarily provides his or her email address on the I-9 Form, E-Verify will notify the employee of a Tentative Non-confirmation (TNC) at the same time it notifies the employer. Currently, if there is a record mismatch that needs to be resolved before the employee can be confirmed as work authorized, a TNC is issued to the employer, who must then contact the affected employee.  

    This enhancement to E-Verify is made possible by a recent revision recent to I-9 Form, which now allows employees to voluntarily provide their email address. Employers are still required to notify all employees when there is a mismatch of information and a TNC is received. 

    In addition to providing the initial notice of a TNC, E-Verify will send reminder emails to employees if no action to resolve the TNC has occurred within four days of a decision to contest and to notify them about the possible need to update a Social Security or Department of Homeland Security record.


    About The Author

    Bruce E. Buchanan is an attorney at the at Nashville Office of Siskind Susser, P.C. He represents individuals and employers in all aspects of immigration law, with an emphasis on immigration compliance for employers, and employment/labor law. Mr. Buchanan received his law degree from the Vanderbilt University School of Law in 1982 and a B.S. degree from Florida State University, where he graduated magna *** laude. Mr. Buchanan has been in private practice since 2003. Beforehand, he served as Senior Trial Specialist for the National Labor Relations Board for 20 years. He also served from 1991 to 2003 as Adjunct Professor at William H. Bowen UALR School of Law, where he taught courses in Labor Law and Employment Law. Mr. Buchanan was chair of the Tennessee Bar Association's Immigration Law Section from 2011 to 2012 and has been the editor of the TBA's Immigration Law Section Newsletter and the TBA's Labor and Employment Law Section Newsletter since 2009. Mr. Buchanan is a frequent writer and speaker on immigration compliance as well as labor law, wage & hour law and proposed federal legislation. He is a member of American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) and serves as the Advocacy Liaison of the Mid-South Chapter of AILA. Mr. Buchanan also serves on the Board of Directors for the Nashville International Center for Empowerment (NICE) and is an associate member of the Mid-Tennessee Chapter of the Associated Builders & Contractors. Mr. Buchanan is admitted to practice in Tennessee, Florida, and Arkansas, before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth, Sixth, Eighth, and D.C. Circuits and the U.S. District Courts for the Middle District of Tennessee and the Eastern and Western Districts of Arkansas.


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