To all E-Verify Employers in the State of South Carolina:
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is now permitting E-Verify Employers in the State of South Carolina to disclose information received from E-Verify to the South Carolina Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation (LLR).
The E-Verify Memorandum of Understanding (MOU), in Article II.C.13 provides,
"The Employer agrees that it will use the information it receives from SSA or DHS pursuant to E-Verify and this MOU only to confirm the employment eligibility of employees as authorized by this MOU. The Employer agrees that it will safeguard this information, and means of access to it (such as PINS and passwords) to ensure that it is not used for any other purpose and as necessary to protect its confidentiality, including ensuring that it is not disseminated to any person other than employees of the Employer who are authorized to perform the Employer's responsibilities under this MOU, except for such dissemination as may be authorized in advance by SSA or DHS for legitimate purposes."DHS has determined that the South Carolina Department of Labor, Licensing, and Regulation's audits of employers using the E-Verify system constitute such a legitimate purpose. Therefore, South Carolina Employers and their E-Verify Employer Agents can now release E-Verify information, respective to their own, internal employees, in response to an inquiry from an LLR official.
|Company ID Number||Parent Company ID|
|Company Name||User ID|
|Initiated By||Card Number|
|Initiated Date||Alien Number|
|Case Verification Number||I-94 Number|
|First Name||Three Day Exception|
|Hire Date||Three Day Exception (Other)|
|DHS 3rd Step Resolution|
|Additional 3rd Step Resolution|
|Case Closure Date|