How to do programmatically "Is this a proxy?"

Hi everyone.
I wrote a task responsible for deploying a uups contract. And I have accomplished to verify the implementation contract programmatically. After deployment - verification process, I need to go through "More Options" > "Is this a proxy?" > "Verify" > "Save" to see "Read as Proxy" and "Writeas Proxy".
Is it possible to do this programmatically as well? You can find my task example below.

const { task } = require("hardhat/config");

task("myTask", "It's doing something")
  .addParam(`firstparam`, "My first param.")
  .addParam(`secondparam`, "My second param.")
  .setAction(async (taskArgs) => {
        const myContractFactory = await ethers.getContractFactory('MyContract')
        let creationParams = class {
            constructor(first, second) {
                this.first = first;
                this.second= second;               

        const myContract = await upgrades.deployProxy(
                new creationParams(
            { initializer: 'initializeAssetPool' }

         await myContract.deployed()
         console.log(`Proxy Contract address : ${myContract.address}`)

         const implementationAddress = await upgrades.erc1967.getImplementationAddress(myContract.address);
         console.log(`Implementation Contract address :  ${implementationAddress}`)

         console.log("Verifying the Implementation Contract...")
         await myContract.deployTransaction.wait(6)
         await verifyImplementation(implementationAddress, [])
         console.log("Verifying process finished.")

async function verifyImplementation(implementationAddress, args) {
    try {
        await"verify:verify", {
            address: implementationAddress,
            constructorArguments: args,
    } catch (error) {
        if (error.message.toLowerCase().includes("already verified")) {
            console.log("This contract already verified!!!")
        } else {

Thank you for now.

You can just use the built in verification functionality of Upgrades Plugins. See verify.

If you need to run this programmatically you will need to use'verify', ...) instead of'verify:verify', ...) (until this issue is resolved).

Thank you @frangio So the solution seems to be to replace " , proxyAddress)" as you said. :pray: