PERM Update: Quantifying Skills, Deeper Vetting, and Other Changes - Recording (.MP3)
New case law that has arisen out of both DOL and USCIS, along with new FAQs signal that additional changes are coming down the pike—changes that will both clarify and complicate various aspects of PERM practice. Our panel of experts will discuss how their approach to PERM has changed in 2017 as a result.
- Elusive PERM FAQ Round 14: Should You Quantify Skills? Where Is the Line Drawn for Tailoring?
- Matter of O–A–, Inc. and Provisional Degrees: How Far Can You Push Provisional Degree/Mark Sheet Use? And What Qualifies as an Acceptable Provisional Degree?
- PERM Audits: Deeper Vetting of U.S. Applicants
- Prevailing Wage Issues: Processing Times and Alternate Wage Surveys
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