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Thread: Q for BIC - H1-B & RIR - THANKS!

  1. #1
    Guest
    Bic, thank you for the follow up. Gosh, I appreciate your help.

    Another quick question, if I may.

    Was your case filed under the IT industry? Does it matter whether the RIR is in IT or any other position?


    Also, if they postpone the case, and you come back with the same result (no US applicants), does it take a year to go through a review again?

    Thank you

    >>>RIR cases are not being denied, but postponed. In most cases, DOL requires new proofs that there are not any American Citizens or Permanent Rezidents who can fill the position. DOL requests that the company puts other ads in the newspaper and allow 2 weekes for the candidates to apply. If nobody comes or those who come are not qualified, the lawyer sends your file back to the DOL who will take a final decision. When they send you the letter stating that "due to current economic conditions, DOL cannot make a final decision regarding you case yet" (or smth. like that) they give choices about your file: either to make further recruitment efforts or to put your file on normal track, not RIR. As I know from other forums and as I did myself, it it better to go on with the recruitement efforts. But, take into account that every case is different. Your lawyer (in case you have a good one) should know better what is best. Good luck.

  2. #2
    Guest
    Bic, thank you for the follow up. Gosh, I appreciate your help.

    Another quick question, if I may.

    Was your case filed under the IT industry? Does it matter whether the RIR is in IT or any other position?


    Also, if they postpone the case, and you come back with the same result (no US applicants), does it take a year to go through a review again?

    Thank you

    >>>RIR cases are not being denied, but postponed. In most cases, DOL requires new proofs that there are not any American Citizens or Permanent Rezidents who can fill the position. DOL requests that the company puts other ads in the newspaper and allow 2 weekes for the candidates to apply. If nobody comes or those who come are not qualified, the lawyer sends your file back to the DOL who will take a final decision. When they send you the letter stating that "due to current economic conditions, DOL cannot make a final decision regarding you case yet" (or smth. like that) they give choices about your file: either to make further recruitment efforts or to put your file on normal track, not RIR. As I know from other forums and as I did myself, it it better to go on with the recruitement efforts. But, take into account that every case is different. Your lawyer (in case you have a good one) should know better what is best. Good luck.

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