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Question:

I always post for 31+ days on the SWA websites. But the New Jersey SWA pulled my SWA 30 day posting only after 27 days. I then had them reposted, so it has posted a total of more then 30 days but not consecutive. Does the 30 day SWA have to be consecutive or can I file now?

Answer by Sofia Zneimer:

According to 656.17(e)(1)(i)(A), the job order must be for a period of 30 days. The regulations do not state 'consecutive.' However, the start and end dates of the job order entered on form 9089 "shall serve as documentation of this step." The form does not provide for a number of days nor does it have space for two or more alternative periods totaling 30 days. I would recommend posting for 30 consecutive days.


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