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Self Lock helps protect you from employment-associated identification fraud. Self Lock is the distinctive function that permits you to protect your identification in E-Verify and Self Check by putting a "lock" on your Social Security quantity (SSN). This helps stop anybody else from utilizing your SSN to try to get a job with an E-Verify employer. If an employer enters your locked SSN in E-Verify to verify employment authorization, it can lead to an E-Confirm mismatch, known as a Tentative Nonconfirmation (TNC). With Self Lock, you're all the time in control - you'll be able to unlock your SSN any time a brand new employer needs to verify your employment authorization in E-Confirm. Your Self Lock stays lively so long as your account stays valid and you haven't unlocked your SSN. The Self Lock characteristic is barely available to myE-Confirm account holders. Employment-related id fraud may mean that another person is working under your identification and utilizing your SSN. If this happens, someone else’s wages are being reported in your name to the inner Income Service, the Social Security Administration and other authorities. By utilizing Self Lock, you may block someone from committing this fraud if they begin working for an E-Verify employer. Even when you aren't at present working, you might want to protect your SSN and identification with Self Lock. To entry Self Lock, you must be logged in to your myE-Verify account. To lock your SSN, you could enter your SSN and date of birth. E-Confirm does not retailer your SSN while you create your account, so you should provide your SSN to "lock" it. As well as, you should choose and reply three problem questions. Select questions you'll be able to easily answer, since you might want to reply them once more to confirm your identification should you obtain an E-Confirm Tentative Nonconfirmation resulting from Self Lock.

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