Leveraging Alternate Wage Surveys: A Practical Introduction
June 29, 2021
2:00 PM (ET)
The last year has seen a great deal of upheaval in the context of prevailing wages, impacting both nonimmigrant and immigrant cases. Given the uncertainty of the past and DOL’s new final rule on prevailing wages to be implemented in 2021, it is more important than ever for immigration practitioners to understand the benefits and challenges of using alternate wage surveys in support of those cases. Our panel of experts will provide an in-depth guide to the fundamentals of alternate wage surveys, then offer insight into when and how to use this tool.
- Understanding DOL’s Guidelines on What Constitutes an Acceptable Alternate Wage Survey
- How to Obtain a Survey that Matches the Position and the Documentation That Is Required
- What Information Is Needed to Accurately Complete LCAs, 9141, and 9089 Forms When Relying on an Alternate Wage Survey?
- What to Do When the DOL Doesn’t Accept Your Survey: Does It Make Sense to Pursue a Request for Reconsideration?
*Khorzad Adi Mehta (DL), AILA DOL Liaison Committee, Owings Mills, MD
*Akanksha Kalra, Philadelphia, PA
*Phil D. Ortega, Mesa, AZ
*Deborah Blackwood, Prevailing Wage Consultant, The Survey Group, Beverly, MA
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The Leveraging Alternate Wage Surveys: A Practical Introduction web seminar takes place Tuesday, June 29, 2021, at the times noted below:
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