PERM Labor Certification Articles
Published on August 15, 2020
Approximately 30% of PERM Labor Certification cases get selected randomly for audit by the Department of Labor (DOL). In an effort to ensure that all applicants are transparent and honest in the process, a PERM audit may be requested by DOL officials. In this article, we’ll explore PERM audit reasons and ways in which you…
Published on August 06, 2020
As individuals in business know, acquisitions, mergers, and other significant financial dealings can substantially affect aspects of a company. These matters can even disrupt the validity of a PERM labor certification that is pending or approved for a foreign national unless the new company also acquired the associated interests associated with the original LC…
Published on April 20, 2020
PERM (Program Electronic Review Management) labor certification is a process that employers must go through in order to hire a foreign immigrant worker on a permanent basis. It is the first step for a foreign national to obtain a green card. The PERM Labor Certificate processing time has widely varied over time and even today…
Published on June 02, 2017
There are many ways to immigrate to the United States based on an employment offer or job-related opportunity. To do so, however, it’s your responsibility as the foreign worker to demonstrate that no other domestic worker is available, or qualified to take the position.
Published on May 25, 2017
The first step along the road to most employment-based green cards is to get a PERM Labor Certification. However, throughout the immigration process, other offers may arise that work better for your situation. This is why we often get the question: can I get a PERM Labor Certification transfer and change my job during the…
Published on August 20, 2015
Have you received a PERM denial? Wondering why your case was rejected without even receiving an audit? A PERM denial without audit can seem like a devastating outcome after working tirelessly to submit all the required documentation and paying the accompanying attorney fees. Unfortunately, it’s a reality for many individuals who file PERM applications….