When faced with this E-Verify entity conundrum (and impracticality of figuring out who is an employer), many organizations decide to enroll under separate E-Verify accounts because it provides the best and most definitive documentation of E-Verify enrollment at the “entity-level” while also potentially limiting exposure to I-9 and E-Verify liabilities.
So let’s say you’ve decided (under the advice of counsel) to enroll each legal entity under a separate E-Verify account. How in the world can you manage the cases and make sure that each employee is being submitted under the correct account/EIN?
Employers using the web E-Verify interface can enroll using the ” corporate administrator access method ,” which is designed for managing multiple related employer accounts. In addition, employers can now also used an electronic I-9 system which is integrated with E-Verify in order to manage multiple related accounts.