Online Electronic Employment Verification (EEV) Form I-9 Compliance Site Launched

October 27, 2007 (PRLEAP.COM) Technology News
Dublin, OH – Employers are now able to comply with federal law quickly and accurately through a recently launched web site that detects new hires who are illegal immigrants using Electronic Employment Verification (EEV) for Form I-9 compliance.

The new service is a product of i9 Advantage LLC through a web site located at providing Electronic Employment Verification (EEV) in a way that is more accurate than any other method.

Federal law requires employers to verify that every employee is legally permitted to work in the United States. Form I-9 is required for each new hire, and EEV makes that process simple, accurate, and inexpensive.

“The political environment is such that you can count on the fact that strict enforcement of the law will become common-place in the near future. Like it or not, the politicians have forced employers to become the enforcement mechanism to crack down on illegal immigrants through I-9 compliance,” said Eric Bort of i9 Advantage LLC.

Although the government does provide an online system for I-9 compliance, it does not check for errors, check for duplicate fraudulent Social Security numbers, and does not store or help employers complete I-9 forms.

Those problems have been overcome through EEV services of

The new online solution helps detect illegal immigrants in the work place, which will save employers expense from large fines, and save on the high cost of compliance without this resource. It also helps to reduce the time and cost of human resource departments, and bring greater accuracy to the results.

“There has been a great deal of speculation that EEV will become mandatory very soon. It only makes sense for employers to prepare for that inevitability by making EEV for Form I-9 compliance a part of their normal procedure for new hires,” said Eric Madden, president of i9 Advantage LLC.

About i9 Advantage LLC:
Located in Dublin, Ohio, i9 Advantage LLC operates an online service to assist employers to comply with federal law through Electronic Employment Verification (EEV) and Form i9 compliance.

Press Contact:
Eric Bort

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