How To Get Employment Based Green Card Through Labor Certification

About The Webinar

The PERM Labor Certification is often the first step required by U.S. employers sponsoring foreign national employees under employment-based Green Card. Considering the intricate details involved in the process, this webinar will offer you step-by-step process to ensure a timely approval of the PERM application, and show you how to avoid common mistakes in the PERM filing process.

You’ll Learn

  • PERM Labor Certification Process: An Overview
  • When To Start The PERM Application: Why Timing Is Crucial
  • How To Write The Perfect Job Description
  • Qualifying Experience: Importance of Employment Letters
  • Experience Gained With Petitioner: How Can It Be Used?
  • DOL Prevailing Wage: What Is It?
  • Recruitment Steps: Successfully Navigating The Maze
  • “Expediting” PERM Recruitment Process: Is It Possible?
  • How To Properly File The Form 9089
  • Layoffs And Downsizing: Can They Jeopardize The PERM Application?
  • Special Considerations: Work From Home, Third-Party Work Sites, Travel, etc.
  • PERM Audit: How To Be Prepared To Respond?
  • Impact of COVID-19 on The PERM Process
  • Typical Case Scenarios
  • PLUS: Q&A With The Attorney

 

About The Attorney

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Ancy S. Varghese

Ms. Ancy Varghese, a U.S. Immigration Attorney, will provide an overview of obtaining permanent resident card after marrying a US Citizen, the 2 different paths taken with Form I-130 filing, and the typical case scenarios.

With 14+ years in practicing immigration law, Ms. Varghese has experienced almost every family immigration issue. An aggressive practitioner, she provides expert immigration opinions and regularly advises clients ranging from couples who have just met each other to spouses who have been living abroad and needs to move to the U.S. quickly.

 

Free Event

Wednesday, Jun 23

1:00pm EDT

When
June 23rd, 2021 1:00 PM   through   2:00 PM
Location
Webinar
United States
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