Identity checks serve an investigative starting point that provides a more complete background search when combined with additional screening services.
Candidates with a criminal history, or other potentially dangerous or embarrassing past may make an attempt to hide this information from their new employer. Ensure your ability to identify the use of a false name, date of birth, address, or social security number by having each candidate’s identity verified upfront before you invest additional time interviewing or on-boarding your potential new hire.
Address and Social Security Trace
This report provides up-to-date information on applicants’ past addresses and movement patterns based on name and social security number (SSN). In addition to verifying and returning information on a SSN, this search provides a report with the following: full name and/or alternate names used by an applicant, dates at listed addresses, age/date of birth.
E-Verify provides you the peace of mind that newly hired employees are legally authorized to work in the United States. Employers are already required by law to complete Form I-9 for each newly hired employee, and E-Verify complements Form I-9 by taking work authorizations to the next level.
Consent-Based SSN Verification
This search verifies whether a name and social security number combination match the data in the Social Security Administration (SSA) records. The submitted information is matched against SSA’s master file of social security numbers. The matching elements include: social security number, name, date of birth and gender, if available.