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E-Verify is introducing temporary measures during the COVID-19 National Emergency that ease certain timelines for employers and employees.
BAL Analysis: Employers should still be able to access their E-Verify accounts and perform most functions within the system. Employers who have questions about the temporary measures should contact the E-Verity Contact Center. The Social Security Administration has a COVID-19 webpage where updates and office closures are posted.
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