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Some employers also use E-Verify, which is a voluntary, internet-based program that allows taking part employers to electronically verify the work eligibility of all new hires with the Department of Homeland Security and the Social Security Administration . Employers that are registered for E-Verify should use the digital system solely after the employee has been hired and after completing the I-9 course of. Some employers are also registered for the Social Security Number Verification Service , which is administered by the SSA but does not verify an individual’s work authorization. The SSNVS can only verify that the Social Security number offered by the worker matches SSA’s data. Department of Labor does not have any policy on 30-minute lunch breaks, since they are not considered as working time. Employers are generally not required by regulation to pay for short lunch breaks.