Tag Archives: DOL
And they say ignorance and poor advice doesn’t pay off ! In this case it sure did. A Federal Judge ruled in favor of an IT Staffing co. and stated that they did not willfully violate the DOL’s posting regulations when they … Continue reading
Over the past several weeks, the DOL has been denying PERM cases for IT professionals which allow for engineering degrees as an educational requirement or alternative. This new policy has been widely reported by AILA attorneys and others. The explanation by … Continue reading
The DOL recently released its performance report for the 3rdQ which provided data on PERM filings. Noteworthy is that denials are up over 50% from 1stQ.
The DOL has revised Form 9141 which is used to obtain prevailing wage determinations for both H-1b and PERM cases.
The DOL recently released its performance report for FY 2011. This covers data for prevailing wage determinations and PERM/labor certification programs, among others.
The DOL has released new data on PERM cases and over 50% of all active cases are either being audited or under appeal.
According to recent statistics released by the DOL, there is a greater scrutiny of PERM applications. Over 40% of all applications currently pending are either under audit or supervised recruitment. Of the over 40,000 cases with decisions this fiscal year … Continue reading
Earlier this week, Senator Grassley publicly announced that he had released his hold on HR 3012. If you recall, HR 3012 was a bill that had passed the House by a margin of 389-15 and essentially eliminated decades of national … Continue reading
ILW.com, the leader in immigration news, recently published data released by the DOL on PERM filings for the first 6 months of the current fiscal year. It is interesting to note that almost 30% of PERM filings are subject to … Continue reading