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www.agc.orgDecember 4, 2014
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Wages and Benefits
AGC Offers Webinar on Davis-Bacon Act and New Federal Contractor Minimum Wage Law
IRS Announces 2015 COLA Increases
Employers Prohibited From Reimbursing Individual Plan Premiums Even On An After-Tax Basis
Equal Employment Opportunity
OFCCP Announces Final Rule on Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity
AGC Submits Comments on OFCCP Information Collection Requirement
New Construction-Focused Anti-Harassment Training DVD Available
Labor Relations
AGC Tells NLRB to Preserve Notice Rule in Common-Situs Picketing Cases
Court Dismisses Carpenters’ Lawsuits Against Building Trades and Metal Trades
Hiring
Old E-Verify Records to Be Deleted; Employers Must Download Historic Records Prior to Dec. 31
Veteran Recruiting Best Practices for Construction Employers; Webinar Recording Available
HR Professional Development
Best Practices and Compliance Take Center Stage at AGC’s Annual HR & Training Conference
Hiring
Old E-Verify Records to Be Deleted; Employers Must Download Historic Records Prior to Dec. 31
 

According to the Department of Homeland Security’s U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), effective January 1, 2015, E-Verify transaction records more than 10 years old will be deleted from the system. As a result, employers will no longer have access in E-Verify to cases created prior to December 31, 2004.

To accommodate employers that want a record of cases that are over 10 years old, E-Verify has created a new Historic Records Report. Employers must download the new Report before December 31, 2014. Employers that were not using E-Verify on or before December 31, 2004, need not download the report.

The process of deleting transaction records more than 10 years old will occur annually, according to USCIS. Each year, the agency will notify employers when the Historic Records Report is available for downloading.

For more information and guidance on downloading, USCIS has provided a Fact Sheet and Instructions for employers. To contact E-Verify with questions, click here.


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