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Question:

I have several employers who are small, but have been around for awhile, but either do not really have internet access, or if so, don't have anyone who can master registering for PERM. I do not want to use filing by mail, because of the inherent dangers of clerical imput errors on DOL side. Would it be unethical for me to go to the employer's site (his/her home since most are small, but have enough funds to pay workers -- landscapers, small restaurants -- and do the registration for them, since they have little patience or inclination to "work with computers"?

Answer by Edwin Rubin:

There is absolutely nothing wrong with the attorney going to the employer's web site to input the registration. There is no need to go to the employer's computer to file the actual PERM application if the proper sub-account has been set up by the employer for the attorney.


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