DOL Continues To Progress To PERM
DOL is a large institution. As it progresses toward PERM, careful observers
will notice unmistakable signs of progress. For instance, ETA's Chicago
office recently issued a Memo, saying in
part "Before the end of calendar year 2004, Federal foreign labor
certification staff nationwide will be relocated to two Perm Processing
Centers located in Atlanta and Chicago." DOL also issued a Federal
Register notice belatedly announcing further changes as the Department continues its progress toward
PERM. In an article today, we present a DOL Document Checklist for
Labor Certification to help attorneys stay abreast of the fast moving
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Deadline Is Thursday, December 9th For Nurse Immigration (In Cooperation With CGFNS)
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representatives of the nurse licensing authorities of the states of
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DOL Document Checklist For Labor Certification
Sam Udani And Michele Kim provide a handy checklist of these important documents along with links to the original texts for practitioners.
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We present the text of Enrolled Version of FY 2005 Omnibus Appropriations Bill (H.R. 4818).
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