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How To File Prevailing Wage Requests Example

by Jane W. Goldblum

Editor's note: This article is in connection with Jane W. Goldblum's "How To File Prevailing Wage Requests" featured in PQ: The PERM Quarterly June 2006 (subscription-based publication). To read articles like "How To File Prevailing Wage Requests", subscribe to PQ: The PERM Quarterly.

This article provides an example of an Addendum for the Position of HVAC Engineer, as well as the Worksheet for Use in Determining OES Wage Level filled out for this position, see the links below:

About The Author

Jane W. Goldblum who has limited her practice to immigration, nationality and consular law since 1980,is listed in the June 2004 and in the June 2005 issue of Philadelphia Magazine as one of the top immigration attorneys in Pennsylvania ( and is listed in the 2005 publication Best Lawyers in America as one of America’s best immigration lawyers ( Soon after graduating in 1979 from Yeshiva University's Benjamin N. Cardozo law school, Jane joined Wildes & Weinberg, a leading New York immigration law firm, best known for its successful representation of John Lennon. In 1981, she joined Dilworth, Paxson, Kalish & Kauffman, where for 6 years, Jane led Dilworth's corporate immigration practice. In 1988, Jane, believing that the practice of immigration law, which is so personal, does not belong in a large law firm, joined with Wendy Hess to form Goldblum & Hess. Based outside of Philadelphia (in Jenkintown, Pennsylvania), Jane is a past Chair of the Philadelphia Chapter of the American Immigration Lawyers' Association (AILA), has served on AILA National's Board, and has served numerous times as a liaison with the Philadelphia office of both the US CIS and Department of Labor. Jane also is a frequent writer and speaker on issues pertaining to the acquisition of nonimmigrant and immigrant visas—particularly on an employment basis. Jane is past Chair and an active member current Chair of the Civil Rights Committee of the Anti-Defamation League and a supporter of Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International.

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