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PERM Nuts & Bolts: The Latest Tips For Practitioners

by Lori S. Melton, et al.

Editor's Note: The following are the materials for this seminar.

Citations for ILW.COM's Seminar
"PERM Nuts & Bolts: The Latest Tips For Practitioners"


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From Jared Leung

On "Identical"

Fedreal Register 12/27/04 Vol. 69, No. 247 page 77342 (commentary)

Fedreal Register 12/27/04 Vol. 69, No. 247 page 77392 (regulations)

Minutes of AILA/DOL-ETA Liaison meeting, April 27, 2005

March 3, 2005 Permanent Labor Certification Program Final Regulations,
Frequently Asked Questions.

From Lori Melton

Here are the e-mail addresses for the BECs to make inquiries on pending labor certifications as required by CIS for 7th year H extension cases:

Philly = h1b7yr@phi.dflc.us
Dallas = h1b7yr@dal.dflc.us

Additionally, the DOL FAQs on PERM can be found at:
http://ows.doleta.gov/foreign/perm.asp

Finally, my article on multiple filings and the DOL FAQ can be found at:
http://www.ilw.com/articles/2005,0908-gibson.shtm

From Sofia Zneimer

Outline from Sofia Zneimer

From Steven A. Clark

CIS rule on EB2 equivalence: 8 CFR 204.5(k)

Letter from Efrin Hernandez to Aaron Finklestein, Jan 7 03 (AILA Infonet 03041544) stating that for EB2 purposes you can have a foreign equivalent degree based on multiple institutions even though the reg refers to “a degree”

Cronin Memo on EB2 Equivalence From INS dated March 20, 2000 (AILA Infonet No. 00032703)

FAQ on Prevailing Wages:
http://www.workforcesecurity.doleta.gov/foreign/wages.asp

From Lori S. Melton

"Foreign Labor Certification: Prevailing Wage Determinations for Nonagricultural Programs - Frequently Asked Questions 8/1/05" to be found at http://ows.doleta.gov/foreign/wages.asp

The regulation cite is 20 CFR Section 656.40(c).

From Allen E. Kaye

http://www.aila.org/Content/default.aspx?docid=5290

From Lori Melton

The Cronin memo on the EB-2 equivalency issue can be found at "AILA InfoNet Doc. No. 00032703 (posted Mar. 27, 2000)"

Question:

When filling out the PERM form, if we have a situation where we would mark "yes" to H.6, H.8 and H.10, would we always put in the language about "any suitable combination of experience, training and education", or is there ever a situation where we would NOT put that language in the form.

Answer by Lori Melton:

If you mark yes in section H.10, you should have the above mentioned language in the forms.

Question:

Can you please give us the web address to the August FAQ that is tucked away on the doleta website?

Answer by Lori Melton:

http://ows.doleta.gov/foreign/wages.asp

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About The Author

Lori S. Melton, et al. are the speakers for the PERM Nuts & Bolts: The Latest Tips For Practitioners seminar.


The opinions expressed in this article do not necessarily reflect the opinion of ILW.COM.


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