Human Resource & Labor News
www.agc.orgDecember 8, 2015 / Issue No. 06-15
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Federal Contracting
Last Chance to Register for Dec. 10 & 15 Davis-Bacon Webinar
Labor Relations
Union Contractors Conference Call Scheduled for Dec. 14
Construction Employer Impact of NLRB’s New Joint Employer Standard Covered in AGC Webinar
Parties to 8(f) CBA Need Not Notify FMCS When Terminating Agreement
AGC Opposes NAVFAC- and GSA-Mandated PLAs
Employee Benefits
ACA Employer Reporting Due Early 2016; AGC Webinar to Explain Requirements
“Right-size” Your Company’s Employee Benefits Budget
AGC Helps Deliver Needed Affordable Care Act Reform
PACE Act Signed into Law
HR Education
Presentations Sought for AGC’s 2016 Construction HR and Training Professionals Conference and Federal Construction HR Workshop
E-Verify Records from 2005 to Be Deleted; Available for Download through Dec. 31
E-Verify Records from 2005 to Be Deleted; Available for Download through Dec. 31

In January of 2015, the Department of Homeland Security’s U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) began a new practice of deleting E-Verify transaction records that are more than 10 years old.  As a result, employers lost access in E-Verify to cases created prior to Dec. 31, 2004, unless data was downloaded using USCIS’s new Historic Records Report prior to December 31 of the prior year.  For employers who want to maintain data from 2005, the Report must be downloaded before Dec. 31, 2015. Employers that were not using E-Verify on or before December 31, 2005, need not download the report. 

The process of deleting transaction records more than 10 years old will occur annually, according to USCIS. For more information and guidance on downloading, USCIS provides a Fact Sheet and Instructions for employers. 

To contact E-Verify Customer Support with questions, click here.
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