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2017 AILA PERM/H-2B Practice Conference – Prevailing Wage Issues: Being Proactive Pays Off!

On August 18, 2017, Rosanna Fox, shareholder in the Immigration & Compliance Practice, spoke on a panel at the 2017 AILA PERM/H-2B Practice Conference, hosted by the American Immigration Lawyers Association, in Seattle, WA. The discussion was entitled “Prevailing Wage Issues: Being Proactive Pays Off!” In most PERM cases, obtaining the prevailing wage is the … Continue Reading

The Department of Homeland Security Adds an Additional 15,000 Visas to the H-2B Program

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and The Department of Labor (DOL) have submitted a final rule to the Federal Register, which will be published on July 18, 2017, increasing the number of H-2B visas by 15,000. DHS Secretary John Kelly determined, along with DOL Secretary Alexander Acosta, that there are not enough qualified and … Continue Reading

Court Extends Stay of H-2B Rule Injunction Until May 15, 2015

On April 15, 2015, Chief Judge M. Casey Rodgers of the federal district court in the Northern District of Florida extended the stay discussed in a March 18, 2015, blog post until May 15, 2015, thus allowing the Department of Labor (DOL) to continue accepting and processing H-2B prevailing wage and temporary labor certification applications. DOL submitted … Continue Reading
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