Agenda For PERM Workshop
This all-day workshop is designed for those who have serious commitment to labor cert practice and will be both interactive and full of practical tips which participants can walk away with. It is the aim of the workshop to provide practitioners with substantive skills enabling competitive advantage.
The agenda for Wednesday's PERM Workshop in NYC is as follows:
8:30-9am - Registration (breakfast and 100+ pages handout provided).
9-10:30am - Session 1: Mechanics of filing a PERM case. Includes discussion on prevailing wage and filling out section H using hypos.
10:30-10:45am - BREAK (refreshments provided).
10:45-12:15am - Session 2: The recruitment process & strategy.
12:15-1:45pm - LUNCH (program includes lunch and luncheon presentation).
1:45-3:15pm - Session 3: Audit proofing the PERM application.
3:15-3:30pm - BREAK (refreshments provided).
3:30-5pm - Session 4: Substantive issues in the PERM rule.
Walk-in registrations will be accepted at 8.30am in the Hotel Martininque subject to availability (paralegals from law offices are also welcome to attend).
For more info, including speaker bios, detailed curriculum, and registration information, please see: http://www.ilw.com/workshops/december2005perm.shtm. (Fax version, please see: http://www.ilw.com/workshops/december2005perm.pdf).
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Deadline Is Tuesday, Dec 6th For PERM Nuts & Bolts: The Latest Tips For Practitioners
The curriculum for the Dec 8th phone session on PERM is as follows:
- PW Determination Expirations
- SVP/Job Zones and Business Necessity
- Drafting for BS+5 and EB-2 Preference Category Cases
- Drafting for cases involving a combination of education and
- Calculating Recruitment Dates
The deadline to sign up is Tuesday, December 6th. For more info,
speaker bios, detailed curriculum, and registration information, please
see: http://www.ilw.com/seminars/november2005.shtm. (Fax version: http://www.ilw.com/seminars/november2005.pdf.)
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Robert Reeves writes "This lawsuit will address improper actions of physicians at the medical exams as well as misapplication of the law by officers during the consular interview."
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The Employment and Training Administration of the Department of Labor published a final rule effective January 4, 2006, related to the H-1B and H-1B1 programs to generally require employers to use Web-based electronic filing of labor condition applications.
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I consider myself a "strict immigration enforcer", as Sebastian letter (12/05/05 ID) calls us, and I have suggested that in fact the best way to enforce the law, in terms of "bang for our buck" is to go after employers. Of course, since the major contributors to both parties are corporate interests, I doubt this will happen any time soon.
In response to Sebastian's letter to the Editor (12/05/05 ID) I agree that the INS should go after the employers who hire illegal aliens and depress American wages but the fence also needs to be built.
I totally agree and support RL Ranger's letter (12/02/05 ID) about
an executive order that is to be announced by the US President to give
30 days' notice to the illegals to leave the US. A few months ago
Malaysian government announced this kind of order, and millions of
foreigners residing illegally left Malaysia. This order did not cost
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