PERM (Program Electronic Review Management Process)
PERM (Program Electronic Review Management Process) is a process that must be used for all Labor Certificates filed after March 28, 2005. U.S. employers are required to prove to the Department of Labor (DOL) that there are no U.S. workers qualified or willing to fill the position being offered to a foreign candidate, and offering the job to a foreign worker does not negatively impact the income and working conditions of similarly situated U.S. workers by obtaining the Labor Certificate on your behalf. Upon approval of the Labor Certificate, the employer can then file I-140 for the employee.
The currently used PERM labor certificate process is complicated and it is time sensitive. Under the “PERM” labor certificate process, the employer must exhibit the unavailability of qualified US workers by prudently documenting evidence of recruitment efforts made immediately prior to filing the labor certification. A minimum of 30 days of recruitment, and at least 30 days for U.S. workers to reply to the advertisements at the end of the requisite recruitment is necessary. For more information about the PERM, please Contact Us.
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