Beginning on August 21, 2016, USCIS announced that E-Verify users will be able to use a self-service feature to unlock their own user IDs. Users will be able to unlock their IDs by answering security questions used to create their accounts. Under new guidelines, USCIS is required to lock any account that has not been accessed within 270 days.
USCIS Announces Self-Service Feature for E-Verify Users to Unlock their Accounts
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