A right to work verification is an essential part of the hiring process that employers must undertake to ensure that all employees are legally eligible to work in their country. Allowing an illegal alien to work can result in serious consequences, such as prison sentences or fines. To verify the right to work, employers must ask for the applicant's original documents and a stock code. Outsourcing the right to work verification process is becoming a popular option for companies looking for a way to streamline their hiring process.
It can help save time, money and resources, while providing high-quality service. In the United States, anyone 18 years of age or older can use Self Check to confirm employment eligibility. After entering the requested information, Self Check compares it with government records from the U. S.
Department of Homeland Security, Department of State and Social Security Administration to confirm eligibility. Verification of the right to work of the person's original documents must be completed before work begins.