Click on the Georgia Tech E-Verify Affidavit link to view and download the affidavit.
Please submit a ServiceNow request to Procurement for all questions related to the new E-Verify requirements.
O.C.G.A.13-10-91 allows for contractors, subcontractors, and sub-subcontractors to submit a drivers license in lieu of the affidavit if they have no employees. Please note that the drivers license must be issued by a state within the United States that verifies lawful immigration status prior to issuing the drivers license (Georgia drivers licenses are therefore acceptable).
If the "services" portion of the purchase is greater than $2499, then an affidavit is required. If the services are less than $2499 (even if the total purchase is greater than $2499), then the affidavit is not required.
If the services are being performed outside the US, then they are exempt from this requirement. If the work is being performed in the US, please contact the Procurement Department via ServiceNow to see if the affidavit is required.
If a change letter/change order is submitted on a PO for services (originally issued prior to July 1st) that results in the total value exceeding $2499, is an affidavit required?
Yes, an affidavit is required.
Yes. If the notary has a seal, the seal must be visible on the scanned or faxed copy.
This is the date that the Federal Work Authorization Number was issued.
What is the Federal Work Authorization User Id or E-Verify Company Identification Number on the affidavit?
This is the number issued by the E-Verify system to the vendor when they register.