Comment: 2021 PERM Update

In view of the latest regulatory and court changes, the topics for the first PERM seminar have been changed to provide latest updates. Please find the revised topics below:

Zoom Webinars: Fridays January 22, February 12 & March 5, 2021
2pm to 3:30pm (Eastern Time)

Speakers: Joel Stewart (Discussion Leader),David J.Bier, Rami Fakhoury, Matthew Morse, Michael Piston, Lawrence Rudnick, Harry Sheinfeld, Jason Susser, Nathan Waxman and many more to be announced.

Each call features an hour of analysis, strategy and practice tips, followed by questions and answers from participants.

FIRST Zoom Session on January 22:

Prevailing Wage Update

  • Introduction to Rule Changes
  • View from the Valley
  • Acronyms Decoded: DOL, ETA, OFLC, BLS, OES, SOC, O*NET, OES, OWL, & NPWHC
  • PERM, H-1B, & H-2B PW Comparisons
  • PW Anomalies
  • Critique: DOL Policies for PW Analysis
  • Analysis of Current Court Challenges

New PERM Form 9089

  • Point by Point Analysis of 9089
  • Managing Data Merge: Forms 9141 & 9089
  • Important Tips for Best SOC Determinations
  • High Tech Occupation Update

THIRD Zoom Session on March 5:

Audits, Reconsideration, and BALCA Review

  • Paperless PERM & Electronic Filings
  • Analysis & Preparation of Audits
  • Crafting Requests for Reconsideration
  • Important New BALCA Rulings

3 Webinars "2021 PERM Update"

January 22, February 12 & March 5

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