Georgia E-Verify

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We make Georgia E-Verify easy! Let Verifyi9 manage your Georgia EVerify program.E-Verify is voluntary, for the most part, on the federal level but many states including Georgia have enacted state laws requiring employers to enroll. In Georgia, generally, you must enroll in E-Verify if:

  1. You employ more than 10 full-time employees; or
  2. You hold a public contract, which is a contract with a city, county, the state, a school board, etc.

“Federal work authorization user identification number” is the unnecessarily long name in Georgia law for the EVerify Company ID Number, which is the number assigned to your company when you enroll in the program.

E-Verify and the Georgia Business License
E-Verify and Public Contracts / Documents & Forms
Out-of-state Employers with a Public Contract

Our E-Verify service satisfies the requirements of the Georgia E-Verify law and is being used by numerous Georgia employers.

We make Georgia E-Verify easy! Let Verifyi9 manage your Georgia EVerify program.Verify I-9, LLC is an Employer Agent of the E-Verify program, approved by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Service to verify the workforce of employers in all 50 states.

We take the headaches and confusion out of E-Verify! We make E-Verify easy.

More E-Verify Answers

Legislative History
I already report our new hires through the Georgia new hire program. Why do this?
How do I count employees to determine if I must enroll my company?
We are not based in Georgia, but we have employees there. Does GA law require us to enroll?
We are working on a contract with a government agency. We have fewer than 10 employees. We are exempt from E-Verify, right?
Certain professions are exempt from the E-Verify requirement. What are those exempted professions?


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