Listening Session: Employment Eligibility Verification

The USCIS Office of Public Engagement and Verification Division invite you to a listening session on the topic of employment eligibility verification – the process by which an employer confirms an employee’s eligibility to work in the United States. The USCIS Verification Division is responsible for administering both the Form I-9 (Employment Eligibility Verification) and E-Verify which are used by employers to confirm employment eligibility.

Date & Venue:

May 3, 2010 @ 2:00pm
Tomich Center
111 Massachusetts Ave NW
Washington DC

USCIS is interested in hearing feedback and input on employment verification, including from organizations that deal with small businesses and employee rights. The topics that would be covered at this meeting include:
• Form I-9
• FAR (Federal Acquisition Regulation)
• Self-Check Initiative

If you would like to suggest questions to address the above topics, please provide these by COB Monday, April 26, 2010 to suzanne.clarke@dhs.gov.

There are two ways to attend this meeting:

In person – please provide your full name and the organization you represent to Suzie Clarke, at suzanne.clarke@dhs.gov or (202) 272-1279 by COB Friday, April 30th. Be sure to arrive at least 15 minutes early to allow extra time to be processed through security and bring a photo I.D.

Via telephone – call-in information will be provided when you respond. Please provide your full name and the organization you represent to Suzie Clarke, at suzanne.clarke@dhs.gov or (202) 272-1279 by COB Friday, April 30th.