PERM Labor Certification

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PERM Labor Certification

Los Angeles PERM Labor Certification Lawyers

Employers are allowed to hire foreign workers to work permanently in the United States through the permanent labor certification process. The employer must prove that the available position cannot be fill by a U.S. worker and that employment of the foreign worker will not affect the wages or conditions of similar positions employed by other U.S. workers.

PERM Labor Certification Visa

The process for permanent labor certification has changed drastically over the past few years. As of March 28, 2005 a new electronic program (PERM) was implemented that drastically improved the permanent labor certification process. Under the new PERM regulation, ETA form 750 applications were no longer accepted and instead new ETA Form 9098 applications had to be filed.

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The permanent labor certification application must be certified by the Department of Labor before the employer can seek immigration authorization from the USCIS. The certification is valid for 180 days and expires if not submitted to the USCIS within this period.

The PERM process is complex due to its many requirements and different filings with multiple U.S. agencies. The immigration attorneys at The Law Offices of Scott Warmuth has experience and success in helping many foreign workers attain legal permanent residence through the PERM labor certification.

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Contact our Law firm to schedule a free initial consultation to discuss your PERM labor certification visa needs. We will walk you through the steps necessary to help you obtain a non immigrant visa through the PERM labor certification process.

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