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Case Introduction
Case No. IE-010
PERM Labor Certification
Brief Introduction

PERM is the process for obtaining a permanent labor certification issued by the Department of Labor (DOL), which allows an employer to hire a foreign worker to work permanently in the United States. In most employment-based cases, before the U.S. employer can submit an I-140 immigration petition to the USCIS, the labor certification must be certified by the DOL.
The DOL must certify to the USCIS that there are no qualified U.S. workers able, willing and available to accept the job at the prevailing wage for that occupation in the area of intended employment.

Things to Know

1. The employer must provide a full time, permanent job opportunity.
2. There must be a bona fide job opening available to U.S. workers.
3. Job requirements must adhere to what is customarily required for the occupation in the U.S. and may not be tailored to the foreign worker's qualifications.
4. The employer must pay at least the prevailing wage for the occupation in the area of intended employment.

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Service Details

1. Provide PERM questionnaires for both employer and employee,
2. Provide document checklist or workflow sheet for PERM,
3. Review of the company profile and alien’s qualifications,
4. Confirm that the PERM application is appropriate,
5. Inform the employer of the procedures and timeline for PERM application,
6. Prepare ETA Form 9089 and advise on how to prepare supporting documents,
7. File ETA Form 9089 electronically or by mail with the DOL
8. Notify client of approval upon receiving certified ETA Form 9089
9. Assist the employer in an audit or order of supervised recruitment

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