The following E-Verify Toolkit contains resources that have been compiled from different organizations and represent the most current research and information on e-verify. Also included in the toolkit are templates that advocates can use to communicate with elected officials and the media about the flawed nature of e-verify and the risks it poses to workers and businesses in their communities.

Fact Sheets

Fact Sheet on E-Verify (OneAmerica)

Facts About E-Verify (NILC)

E-verify: Why Mandatory Employer Participation Will Stall Economic Growth and Job Creation (NILC)

Talking Points

E-verify Talking Points

Research

Congression Research Services Report on E-Verify (March 13, 2009)

Migration Policy Institute Report on E-Verify (July 2009)

Westat Evaluation of E-Verify Program (December 2009)

U.S. Inspector General Report on Accuracy of E-Verify Database (August 2006)

Social Security Administration Inspector General E-Verify Audit (January 2010)

Congressional Budget Office Report Putting Estimate of Mandatory E-Verify Cost at $40 Billion (April 2008)

Advocacy Materials

Organizational Sign-on Letter to Elected Officials Opposing E-Verify Template

Call Script for Contacting Elected Officials to Oppose E-Verify

Other Articles,  Documents and Resources

Letter from Intel Corporation to USCIS on Problems with E-Verify

"E-Verify Requirement Could Hurt Lakewood Historical Society" (Tacoma News Tribune, 5/20/10)

"What Does [E-Verify] Cost?" (The Arizona Republic, 12/30/07)

"Illegal Workers Manage to Skirt Arizona Employer-sanctions Law" (The Arizona Republic, 11/30/08)

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