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E-Verify (formerly known as the Basic Pilot/Employment Eligibility Verification Program) is an Internet-based system operated by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) in partnership with the Social Security Administration (SSA).


The system allows employers to electronically verify name, date of birth and social security number, along with immigration information for non-citizens, against Federal databases in order to verify the identity and employment eligibility of both citizen and non-citizen new hires.

Did you know:

  • All employers are legally required to verify the identity and employment eligibility of all new hires in the United States, yet fraud and poor verification processes repeatedly result in compliance violations?
  • I-9 violations can result in prison sentences, forfeiture of assets and civil fines?
  • Full compliance is now fast and easy?

The E-Verify Program from United HR:

  • Further streamlines your hiring and I-9 compliance processes
  • Features an intuitive Web-based interface
  • Gives results in seconds instead of the standard three to five days
  • Improves the accuracy of wage and tax reporting
  • Virtually eliminates Social Security mismatch letters
  • Helps your organization:
    - Avoid penalties and fines ranging from $275 to $11,000
    - Maintain a legal workforce
    - Protect jobs for authorized U.S. workers
    - Can be fully integrated with your applicant tracking system (ATS) or purchased as a standalone product
  • Can be fully integrated with your applicant tracking system (ATS) or purchased as a standalone product




What is E-Verify?

E-Verify (formerly known as the Basic Pilot/Employment Eligibility Verification Program) is an Internet-based system operated by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) in partnership with the Social Security Administration (SSA). The system allows employers to electronically verify name, date of birth and social security number, along with immigration information for non-citizens, against Federal databases in order to verify the identity and employment eligibility of both citizen and non-citizen new hires.

What can United HR’s E-Verify product help me do?

It will further streamline your hiring and I-9 compliance processes, giving you results in seconds (instead of the standard three to five days) and virtually eliminates Social Security mismatch letters. It can also be fully integrated with your applicant tracking system (ATS) or purchased as a standalone product. United HR is the first applicant tracking system vendor to offer E-Verify technology as an integrated solution or as a standalone product.

What kind of training do I need to use E-Verify?

While the government requires each user to complete a Mastery tutorial and testing, United HR’s version provides a training site where you use test data to “try” the system before entering live information. This quick and efficient training enables you to start processing forms rapidly.

Will my company’s I-9 information be safe with this system?

Absolutely. Three permission levels allow optimal security throughout the company

Am I required by law to use E-Verify for my new hires?

Arizona and Federal contractors are required by law to use E-Verify—for now. The federal government is expected to make the E-Verify program mandatory within the next 18 months.

NOTE: Executive Order Issued – On June 6, 2008 President Bush issued Executive Order No. 12989, that requires all federal contractors to check the work eligibility status (through E-Verify) of all new and current hires working on a federal contract. On June 12, 2008 and June 13, 2008 the Department of Homeland Security and other agencies responsible for implementing the Executive Order issued regulations to implement the requirement. To review the text of the Executive Order and regulations, click HERE. To view DHS regulations click HERE.