Welcome to the Virginia Employment Commission (VEC) FC20/FC21 eForm
This eForm is for use by registered employers with the VEC, and supports filings for up to: 25 employees.
This system is restricted to authorized users ONLY. Unauthorized access, use, misuse, or modification of this computer system or of the data contained herein or in transit to/from this system constitutes a violation of Title 18, United States Code, Section 1030, and may subject the individual to criminal and civil penalties pursuant to Title 26, United States Code, Sections 7213, 7213A (the Taxpayer Browsing Protection Act), and 7431. This system and equipment are subject to monitoring to ensure proper performance of applicable security features or procedures. Such monitoring may result in the acquisition, recording, and analysis of all data being communicated, transmitted, processed, or stored in this system by a user. If monitoring reveals possible evidence of criminal activity, such evidence may be provided to Law Enforcement Personnel. ANYONE USING THIS SYSTEM EXPRESSLY CONSENTS TO SUCH MONITORING.
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Federal banking regulations have imposed additional reporting requirements on all electronic banking transactions that directly involve a financial institution outside of the territorial jurisdiction of the United States at any point in the process. These are called International ACH Transactions (IAT).
At present, the VEC does not support IAT.
If an international transaction is processed by the VEC as a domestic transaction, it may be rejected by the taxpayer's bank, subjecting the taxpayer to late penalties.
By instructing the VEC to process the electronic banking transaction, you are certifiying that the transaction does not directly involve a financial institution outside of the territorial jurisdiction of the United States at any point in the process.
If any transaction is IAT, payment will need to be made using a paper check.