Understanding Your Immigration Advertising Needs
The innovative advertising agency that understands the needs of companies placing recruitment advertising for labor certification cases in PERM, supervised recruitment, and H2B processes.
We Provide: Prompt & efficient service.
We Deliver: Timely results & unparalleled customer service.
We Understand: Your deadlines. Your deadlines become ours. Period.
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!
- FREE, no-obligation price quotes
- Most forms of recruitment, including SWA job orders
- DOL-compliant, free recruitment campaign suggestions
- Prompt, efficient, courteous service
- Original tearsheets or affidavits
- Multiple full-page copies
- Optional direct billing to clients
Items of Impact to Your Recruitment Cases
UPDATE on H-2B Regulations
DOL and Homeland Security Publish New H-2B Regulations
On April 29th the Department of Labor (DOL) and Homeland Security released new interim regulations for the H-2B program as a result of the Florida court case Perez V Perez, which vacated the DOL's 2008 H-2B regulations in March of this year. The new interim regulations can be found online in the Federal Register. Read More
"Vague" Salary on Job Orders Can Lead to Denial
There has been a recent increase in denials of PERM applications in cases where the recruitment advertisements display a salary as “Competitive,” “Depends on Experience (DOE),” “Negotiable,” or “Other.” The Department of Labor (DOL) is denying applications that use this or similar language to describe the salary, in spite of the fact that the regulations do not require employers to list a salary in their advertisements. Read More
"Harmless" Errors on Application Can Lead to Denial
Filing an application for a labor certification is a painstaking, detail-oriented process. The recent decision in the Matter of Guilbert Tex, Inc. illustrates how a seemingly minor typo on the application can lead to a denial of certification. This decision further enforces the decision in Sushi Shogun, which effectively overruled the "harmless error" exception that had long been applied. Read More
Check for Updated Filing Forms to Avoid Denials
USCIS may deny applications that are submitted using outdated forms. Read More
Interim Final Rule Affects H-2B Job Order Processing
The changes to the H-2B regulations that went into effect in the Interim Final Rule on April 29, 2015, have affected how job orders are processed and are causing delays. Read More
Successor in Interest May Use H-2A Certification, FAQ Clarifies
The DOL released a new FAQ in January that clarifies the question of whether a "successor in interest" may use an existing H-2A certification when a new employer takes ownership. Read More
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