Welcome to myE‑Verify!
myE‑Verify is a free Web-based service that has something of value for everyone who works or is looking for a job in the United States.
Information for myE-Verify Users during Social Security Administration Office closures to the public
myE-Verify is allowing users additional time to contest their Social Security Administration and Dual (SSA and DHS) Tentative Nonconfirmations (TNCs) from Self Check. While SSA offices are closed to the public, myE-Verify users can continue to create Self Check cases but they will not be able to resolve their SSA or Dual TNC until SSA offices reopen to the public. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) TNCs will not be affected. Users must still contact DHS to resolve their TNCs.
For more information, please visit: https://www.e-verify.gov/about-e-verify/whats-new
For information on Social Security Administration operating status please visit: https://www.ssa.gov/coronavirus/
We apologize for any inconvenience and appreciate your patience.
If you are logging into myE-Verify for the first time since April 28, 2019, you must access myE-Verify with your USCIS online account, a safe and secure dashboard that connects you to a variety of USCIS services.
To create your USCIS online account, click on the "Create an account" button and provide your email address and a password. If you are using the same email address on file with myE-Verify, you will not be required to complete the identity assurance process. If you create your USCIS account with a different email address, you must complete the identity assurance process to access myE-Verify.
If you are an existing myE-Verify user and have already created your USCIS account, select "Login".
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