The employer`s software should extract the data from its existing system or an I-9 electronic form and transmit the information to E-Verify. Employers who opt for this option will receive a Web Interface Control Agreement (ICA) containing the information used for software interface development and testing. Employers and E Verify employer agents can use this access method. It`s not known to everyone, but E-Verify, the “free” work permit confirmation system in the United States, actually leads a double life. Most companies know E-Verify as a fully web-based system that can be accessed directly through a browser after filling out a new employee`s I-9 form. HR and parameter managers manually transcribe the information from each I-9 to the E-Verify web interface and follow a series of calls (and pages) to hopefully arrive at the Country Verification Promise – an immediate result of employment. Overall, version 30 is a fairly significant system upgrade for I-9 electronic vendors, which requires the development of new business logic, interface changes, and the integration of new API terminals. USCIS also announced that I-9 electronic providers will need to update their web services interface to incorporate these changes no later than October 26, 2019. If a supplier has not made the changes in this period of time, it cannot interact with the e-verify system – a rather serious consequence for the supplier as well as for all its customers.