Green cards through labor certification
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With the arrival of the new PERM labor certification process, much of the procedures have changed while substantive issues have been affected as well. We have had excellent success with the new PERM process and have studied the new system thoroughly. The best approach is for interested applicants to contact our office for a free review. We will examine your work history, education, and skills sets to determine what is the best approach to quickly and competently achieve permanent resident status.
Labor certification is a
common process that many green card applicants experience. Its purpose is
to demonstrate that there are no minimally qualified U.S. workers
available in the area where the alien will work who can do the job at a
The labor certification
process tests the local job market. Working with the State Employment
Security Agency, the employer advertises the position and solicits
resumes. It has to review each resume that comes in for the position and
determine whether any of those candidates would be minimally qualified for
the position. If so, the employer must call the candidate in and interview
him or her to make a further determination. If there are no U.S. workers
that are minimally qualified for the position, the employer will indicate
this in its report to the SESA. Then it will wait for SESA’s decision.
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