US Citizenship and Immigration Services

E-Verify gets Web site makeover to boost efficiency

The E-Verify system for online employment eligibility verification has received a makeover to improve user experience, ease navigation and enhance security.

Inside Dell's $120M DHS immigration deal

The $120 million outsourcing contract Dell Perot Systems won to process citizenship and immigration applications is both a new contract for the company and sort of a follow-on.

Dell wins $120 million outsourcing pact with DHS

Dell Perot Systems will process citizenship and immigration applications under a $120 million contract with U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services bureau.

General Dynamics to develop secure credentials for DHS

General Dynamics Information Technology will develop secure credentials for immigrants seeking employment within the United States under a new contract with the Homeland Security Department.

E-verify: This time it's for real

The E-verify requirement goes live for contractors doing business with the federal government.

Serco wins immigration services contract

Serco Inc. will provide record processing services to the Citizenship and Immigration Services under a $190 million contract.

Napolitano backs E-Verify

Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano said she is a big supporter of E-Verify, the Web-based employment eligibility verification tool.

Veritas deal hones in on security clearances

Veritas Capital buys a unit of Kroll Inc. to build a company focused on security-clearance investigations and employment screening services. By Nick Wakeman

E-Verify deadline postponed again

The Homeland Security Department has extended until June 30 the deadline for contractors to begin using the employment verification system.

H-1B petitions fall short of cap

U.S. immigration authorities have received only 42,000 H-1B visa applications in the latest tally.

General Dynamics wins USCIS contract

The company will produce blank identification cards for USCIS to be used for new immigrant work eligibility cards.

Microsoft tops U.S. companies on H-1B visas

Microsoft was the top U.S. company to receive H-1B visas in 2008, reports U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services.

DRC gets immigration services work

Dynamics Research Corp. will help immigration authorities with collecting fingerprints and photographs under a new contract.