The USCIS recently released a new E-Verify fact sheet for employers who receive a “DHS Tentative Nonconfirmation” on a new hire employee. Typically, a DHS TNC will occur if there is some error or mismatch in the employee’s immigration records. For example, the DHS may have an inaccurate alien registration number, date of birth, or other piece of data recorded for a lawful permanent resident or alien authorized to work.
While these mismatches can usually be resolved through the E-Verify TNC process, the incorrect data can still follow the person, which leaves the possibility that they could receive another TNC in the future.
The Fact Sheet provides instructions on how employees can correct their information, depending upon their unique situation. By correcting their information, they can hopefully reduce the likelihood of “repeat TNCs.”
View the E-Verify fact sheet below, or click here.