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The innovative advertising agency that understands the needs of companies placing recruitment advertising for labor certification cases in PERM, supervised recruitment, and H2B processes.

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Our knowledgeable staff has experience placing many forms of recruitment: newspapers, periodicals, journals, internet job search postings, campus recruitment, radio ads, and more. We have experience placing SWA job orders since the PERM process was initiated. We understand your needs. Our passion for results will help us give your clients the best guidance and most cost-efficient arrangements available today.

In most cases, our services are FREE!

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- Optional direct billing to clients


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UPDATE: DOL To Accept H-2B Applications Through April 15, 2015

The Department of Labor (DOL) filed a motion in response to the recent decision by the federal district court in the Northern District of Florida in the case of Perez v. Perez. The decision on March 4, 2015 vacated the DOL’s 2008 H-2B regulations on the ground that the DOL lacks authority under the Immigration and Nationality Act to issue regulations in the H-2B program. On March 18, the federal district court granted the DOL’s motion for a stay, permitting the DOL to restart its issuance of temporary labor certifications under the H-2B visa program through April 15, 2015. The DOL has resumed processing H-2B applications through that timeframe. However, any application that is not processed by the DOL as of April 16, 2015 will no longer be processed. The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has also resumed processing H-2B petitions but is suspending premium processing until further notice.

Both the DOL and the DHS are working to expedite the creation of a new rule by next month in order to minimize delays to H-2B processing. The DOL Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) regarding the new rulemaking process and the Court’s decision can be found on their website.

DOL To Cease H-2B Processing as Federal Court Vacates H-2B Regulations
As of March 4, 2015, the Department of Labor (DOL) will no longer accept or process requests for prevailing wage determinations or applications for labor certification under the H-2B program. This is a result of the decision on March 4, 2015 in the case of Perez v. Perez. The decision by the federal district court in the Northern District of Florida vacated the DOL’s 2008 H-2B regulations on the ground that the DOL lacks authority under the Immigration and Nationality Act to issue regulations in the H-2B program. The DOL states on its website that it is “considering its options in light of the court’s decision.”
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President Obama Announces Executive Action on Immigration: Department of Labor to Modernize PERM Program
On November 20, 2014, President Obama announced a series of executive actions to reform and streamline the immigration process in the United States. Among the reforms to employment-based visas was an instruction to modernize the PERM process. The specific effect this will have on the recruitment requirements for labor certification applications is unknown at this time, but the Department of Labor will initiate a new rulemaking process to examine the PERM process.  Read More


UPDATE: DOL To Accept H-2B Processing Through April 15, 2015

Effective immediately as of March 18, 2015, the Department of Labor (DOL) will accept applications for H-2B temporary labor certifications as the district court of the Northern District of Florida grants the DOL's motion for a stay. Applications will be processed through April 15, 2015. The DOL and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) are working to expedite the creation of a new rule by next month in order to minimize delays to H-2B processing.
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DOL To Cease H-2B Processing as Federal Court Vacates H-2B Regulations


As of March 4, 2015, the Department of Labor (DOL) will no longer accept or process requests for prevailing wage determinations or applications for labor certification under the H-2B program. This is a result of the decision on March 4, 2015 in the case of Perez v. Perez. The decision by the federal district court in the Northern District of Florida vacated the DOL’s 2008 H-2B regulations on the ground that the DOL lacks authority under the Immigration and Nationality Act to issue regulations in the H-2B program. The DOL states on its website that it is “considering its options in light of the court’s decision.”


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