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AILA Doc. No. 21031830 | Dated March 22, 2021 | File Size: 304 KDownload the Document
DOL proposal to further delay for 18 months the effective date and to delay for 18 months the transition date of the final rule on computation of prevailing wage levels which was published at 86 FR 3608 on 1/14/21. The effective date of the rule has already been delayed once to 5/14/21. Comments on the proposed delay will be accepted until 4/21/21.
DOL is proposing to delay the current effective date of 5/14/21, and the transition date of 7/1/21, under which adjustments to the new wage levels would begin, for a period of 18 months, or until 11/14/22 and 1/1/23, respectively. In addition, DOL proposes corresponding one-year delays for each of the remaining transition dates, which would be revised to 1/1/24, 1/1/25 and 1/1/26, respectively. (86 FR 15154, 3/22/21)
DEPARTMENT OF LABOR
Employment and Training Administration
20 CFR Parts 655 and 656
[Docket No. ETA–2020–0006]
Strengthening Wage Protections for the Temporary and Permanent Employment of Certain Immigrants and Non-Immigrants in the United States: Proposed Delay of Effective and Transition Dates
AGENCY: Employment and Training Administration, Department of Labor.
ACTION: Proposed delay of effective and transition dates; request for comments
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