Category: North Carolina

North Carolina Bill requires all employers with 100 or more employees to use E-Verify by January 1, 2013




Summary

The State of North Carolina has passed the Session Law 2011-263. This law requires most North Carolina employers to utilize the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s E-verify program to ensure that an employee is authorized to work in the United States. The law’s implementation date is staggered based on an employers’ total number of employees –   11/01/12 for any business w/ 500 or more employees; 01/01/13 for any business w/ 100 or more employees; 07/01/13 for any business w/ 25 or more employees.

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The federal E-verify program requires employers to verify the information provided by newly hired employees during the I-9 process against information contained in federal databases maintained by the Department of Homeland Security and the Social Security Administration.

The complete text can be found here: State of North Carolina House Bill No. 36

Justifacts is here to help

Justifacts recommends that you consult with your legal department to determine what changes, if any, need to be made to your hiring process in order to comply with this law. Justifacts is a recognized “Designated Agent” for the E-verify program and can easily integrate this process into your current background screening process. Contact your Justifacts Sales Manager for more information on participating in the E-verify program.

For further questions about this change feel free to contact us at (800) 356-6885 or email us at Sales@justifacts.com

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