- I have multiple MOU and I am using the same EIN number.
- SAP SuccessFactors Onboarding
Reproducing the Issue
- Using the same EIN number for Multiple MOU's.
- Non- issue if meets the statement from DHS under resolution.
Answer from DHS: Yes, companies are allowed to have more than one MOU per EIN. For example, a company can enroll verification / hiring site A (California location) in E-Verify. Once enrolled, that location will receive an MOU and a distinct company id number. It can also enroll verification / hiring site B (New York location) in E-Verify. This site will also receive a MOU and a distinct company id number.
site A - company id Number 1234567, MOU specific to that location
site B - company id Number 1234568, MOU specific to that location
Verification locations are locations where registered users create verification cases.
Hiring sites are locations where your company's employees are hired
For information regarding multiple site employers, including hiring sites / verification sites:
https://www.uscis.gov/e-verify/getting-started/enrollment-process/multiple-site-employers (copy and paste into web browser).
For more information please refer to the E-Verify User Manual for Employers.
If you need additional assistance, please call E‑Verify at 888-464-4218 or e-mail us at E‑Verify@dhs.gov. You may speak to a representative Monday—Friday from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm Local Time.