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E-Verify Yourself

A new pilot program was launched today allowing people to run themselves through E-Verify and make sure the database has the correct information about them. For now, E-Verify Self-Check is available only to people in Arizona, Colorado, D.C., Idaho, Mississippi, and Virginia. If you live in one of those states, it’s definitely worth doing (the whole thing, including confirmation of my identity, took me maybe two minutes). The most common error I’m aware of is women who haven’t informed Social Security of their married names — something you certainly want to fix now, not when you’re 65.

Mark Krikorian, a nationally recognized expert on immigration issues, has served as Executive Director of the Center for Immigration Studies (CIS) since 1995.

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