PERM is the abreviation for the Program Electronic Review Management. It’s a system for processing labor certification application, which is necessary (with some exceptions, e.g., National Interest Waiver, Schedule A precertification) to get a green card through employment. The basic criteria are whether the employer has me the procedural requirements of the regulations, whether there are insufficient U.S. workers who are able, willing, qualified, and available, and whether the employment of the foreing worker will have an adverse effect on the wages and working conditions of U.S. workers similarly employed.
Please note that this article does not constitute legal advice. We simplified the law to provide general information about one aspect of the employment based green card process. If you would like to discuss if you qualify for a green card through employment, schedule a consultation with an experienced immigration lawyer in Phoenix at www.calendly.com/irena-3 today or call our office at 480-425-2009! We look forward to talking with you!
Our client has a tower crane service company and needed to fill the position of operations director. There are not many people in the world who qualify for this position where safety is at stake. Therefore, the employer was willing to go through a PERM process to advertise the position in the Sunday newspaper, at a job fair, on the employer website and at the job search site according to strict regulations. The employer received over 200 application, but no applicant was willing, able, qualified and ready to take the job.
We submitted the application for permanent employment certification to the US Department of Labor. Originally, the US Department of Labor eroneously concluded that one applicant met the qualification requirements, but we showed that that application had no connection to the US and was not a US worker who this process is designed to protect. The application was certified and we can now file the petition and green card application to complete the green card process through employer.
Please note that this article does not constitute legal advice. We simplified the law to show a case study about one aspect of the EB-3 process, green card process through employemnt. If you would like to discuss if you qualify for EB-3 green card based on your employment, schedule a consultation with an experienced immigration lawyer in Phoenix at www.calendly.com/irena-3 today or call our office at 480-425-2009! We look forward to talking with you!