- Need to create a MOU to set a new company at E-Verify
- How to create a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for E-Verify
If your company needs to enroll to E-Verify with SuccessFactors as the employer agent, a new Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) should be created.
To request an MOU, please check the steps below:
- Fill out the worksheet attached to this Knowledge Base Article (KBA) with all required information
- In order to submit the request, send the worksheet by e-mail to email@example.com
- After creating the MOU, the E-Verify team will send the newly created MOU and request the customer to sign the document
- Once the E-Verify team receives the signature page, it will be submitted for revision by DHS (Department of Homeland Security)
After DHS revision, customer will receive the status information regarding the account
- Once the E-Verify account is active, customer will be able to start creating E-Verify cases
Additionally, please consider the following:
- Request the creation of the MOU at least two weeks before company's Go-Live.
- Be sure to fill in and send the worksheet to the E-Verify team at the earliest to avoid any delay on the implementation process.
- Provide the complete hiring locations information (address, city, state, zip code).
- Provide one worksheet per EIN/FEIN.
Note: Beginning January 5th, 2018 new federal contractors and subcontractors with a FAR requirement must provide their Data Universal Numbering System (DUNS Number) during the E-Verify enrollment process.
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