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  • AILA Comments on Proposed DOL Labor Certification Regulation (3/31/2006)
    AILA's comment on DOL's proposed regulation that would eliminate substitutions in labor certifications, truncate the validity period, ban payment of attorney's fees and other costs by the beneficiary, and impose new sanctions. Comment team was chaired by Naomi Schorr, with Ron Wada as vice-chair.
    AILA Doc. No. 06033162.
  • AILA's Comment on DOL's Backlog Reduction Regulation (8/24/2004)
    AILA provides comments on the Labor Department's interim regulation implementing a backlog reduction plan. The comments were prepared by AILA's DOL Liaison Committee.
    AILA Doc. No. 04082461.
  • AILA's Comment on PERM (7/8/2002)
    AILA comments on the Department of Labor's proposed regulation for converting the labor certification process to a PERM system.
    AILA Doc. No. 02070844.
  • Model Comment on DOL’s PERM Regulation (6/27/2002)
    This draft may be used as the basis of a comment letter by attorneys and/or their clients with respect to the Labor Department's PERM regulation. Comments are due July 5, 2002. AILA's comment is still under preparation and will be filed by the deadline.
    AILA Doc. No. 02062734.
  • AILA Comment on DOL H-1B Regulations (5/14/2001)
    AILA's comment, prepared by a team of approximately 40 AILA members, on the Department of Labor's interim final rule on H-1B labor condition applications.
    AILA Doc. No. 01051407.
  • AILA Comments on DOL H-1B Rule (2/19/1999)
    Comments submitted by AILA to the Department of Labor regarding its recent proposed H-1B rule.
    AILA Doc. No. 99021957.
  • AILA Responds to DOL Proposed Rule (6/22/1996)
    Response to the proposed rule amending Department of Labor regulations regarding labor certification for permanent employment of aliens; researchers employed by colleges and universities, published in 61 Fed. Reg. 17610 (April 22, 1996).
    AILA Doc. No. 96062290.
 
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