PERM Audits—What’s Trending?-Recording

PERM Audits—What’s Trending?-Recording

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Recording Date2/5/15
CLE EligibleYes
Length90 min.
FormatWeb Seminar
Just when you think you have PERM audit issues under control, DOL surprises you with new and unique topics or twists on the “usual” ones. Join this seminar to explore the latest trends in DOL audits and adjudications, as well as BALCA interpretations of labor certification regulations. If you want to stay ahead of the curve, you won't want to miss this discussion by our expert panelists.

Key Topics Include

  • PERM Audits: “Typical” Triggers
  • Employee Referral Programs (ERPs): Practice Pointers for Documenting ERPs
  • Who Is Paying the PERM Costs and Fees, and How Do You Verify It's Not the Employee?
  • Applicants: Documenting Who Applied, Who Was Disqualified, and How?
  • Proving the Employee Is Qualified: Documenting the Employee's Credentials on the 9089

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AILA has filed for MCLE and specialized credit in appropriate jurisdictions. To receive CLE credit, attorneys must record seminar attendance and the CLE code provided via webCLE. Eligible participants can receive up to 1.8 CLE credit hours.

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William L. Coffman, Boston, MA
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Amanda Meghan Neher, San Diego, CA
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