E-Verify in Illinois

E-Verify in Illinois

Continuing the Pioneer Tradition:
Illinois’ Basic Pilot/E-Verify Laws as a Model Policy

Illinois is the first state to enact laws intended to protect employers and workers who are affected by the federal Basic Pilot/E-Verify program. (10/31/08)

New Illinois Laws Create Important Protections against Flaws in Employment Eligibility Verification Basic Pilot

Immigrants’ Rights Update, 10/5/07

Restrictions on Use of Employment Eligibility Verification Systems

New Section 12 of the Right to Privacy in the Workplace Act, Public Act 095-0138.

E-Verify: Employer Attestation Form (Illinois Dept. of Labor)

The employer must attest that it has (1) received E-Verify training materials from DHS and that all its personnel administering E-Verify have completed the computer-based tutorial, and (2) posted in a clearly visible place (a) the DHS notice that the employer is enrolled in E-Verify and (b) the OSC antidiscrimination notice.

Privacy in the Workplace Complaint Form

(Illinois Dept. of Labor)