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Question:

Could you please quote the four questions that PERM Dept ask's the employer via telephone?

Answer by Edward Litwin:

In the early stages of the PERM application processing, there is a sponsorship check which involves an email sent to the employer only-not the attorney-asking four questions of the employer. The questions are:

l. Are you, or do you work for, the employer referenced above?

2. Are you aware that an Application for Permanent Employment Certification was filed on your behalf?

3. Do you have an opening for a (job title) in (location) ?

4. Are you sponsoring (worker's name) for this position?

Note: The email also references the position by the OES title.

Failure to respond promptly to these questions will result in a phone call from DOL on which a DOL representative will ask the four questions. The employer's contact person will need to be able to take the call and communicate in English.


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