Verifynd (SSN Trace)
Asurint’s Verifynd product serves as the basis for our Smart Search criminal record search process. The Social Security number (SSN) is matched against third-party sources to find any associated historical name and address history.
The addresses are used to optimize the criminal search method by supplying the most efficient and effective search path. Verifynd may also return associated names such as aliases.
SSN Trace Level 2
Similar to Verifynd, the SSN Trace Level 2 serves as the foundation for the criminal record search process and may return associated names such as aliases. The SSN Trace Level 2 will also return the candidate’s address history on the consumer report.
Consent Based Social Security Verification (CBSV)
CBSV verifies whether a name and SSN combination matches the data in the SSA records. CBSV does not verify identity of citizenship or right to work in the United States and does not verify that the SSN belongs to the candidate.
Each SSN and name combination submitted to CBSV will be returned with a “yes” or “no” verification code indicating that the submission either matches or does not match the SSA records. If applicable, a death indicator will be reported when the records reflect that the SSN holder is deceased.
Through our partner, we offer a fully automated web-based system to help with the completion, signature, storage and tracking of I-9 forms. We offer you a completely paperless I-9 process. The search must be conducted post-hire, within three days of the employee's start date. With an electronic submission process, all data is stored and available for auditing purposes.
Asurint offers an integrated eVerify search solution that instantly confirms an individual’s eligibility to work in the United States, including citizens and nationals of the U.S. and aliens authorized to work. It also provides an instant electronic validation of your newly hired employee’s Social Security Number. This information is verified by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) in partnership with the Social Security Administration (SSA).
Not all employers are legally required to conduct an E-Verify search. If using this service, it should be conducted post-hire.