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RIN: 1205-AB42  Agenda Cycle: 200504 
Title: ¤Labor Certification for the Permanent Employment of Aliens in the United States; Reducing the Incentives and Opportunities for Fraud and Abuse 
Abstract: The Department of Labor is proposing changes to reduce the incentives and opportunities for fraud and abuse related to the permanent employment of aliens in the United States. Among other key changes, the Department is proposing to eliminate the current practice of allowing the substitution of alien beneficiaries on applications and approved labor certifications. DOL is proposing to further reduce the likelihood of the submission of fraudulent applications for the permanent employment of aliens in the United States by proposing a 45-day deadline for employers to file approved permanent labor certifications in support of a petition with the Department of Homeland Security. The proposed rule expressly prohibits the sale, barter, or purchase of permanent labor certifications or applications, as well as related payments. DOL will also propose enforcement mechanisms to protect program integrity, including debarment with appeal rights. These proposed amendments would apply to employers using both the Application for Alien Employment Certification (Form ETA 750) or the Application for Permanent Employment Certification (Form ETA 9089).  
Agency: Department of Labor(DOL)  Priority: Other Significant 
Major: Undetermined   Unfunded Mandates: No  
CFR Citation: 20 CFR 656  
Legal Authority: 8 USC 1182(a)(5)(A)  
Legal Deadline:
Action Source Date
None  None   

Timetable:
Action Date FR Cite
NPRM  05/00/2005   

Additional Information:  
Regulatory Flexibility Analysis Required:   Government Levels Affected: None  
Small Entities Affected:   Federalism: No  
Energy Effects: No    
RIN Information URL:   Public Comment URL:  
Public Compliance Cost:   Sectors Affected:  
Related RINs:  
Agency Contact:
William L. Carlson
200 Constitution Avenue NW.,Room C4312 FP Building
Washington,DC 20210
Phone:202 693-3010
Fax:202 693-2768
Email:carlson.william@dol.gov

 



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