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AILA Doc. No. 20012407 | Dated January 24, 2020 | File Size: 635 KDownload the Document
OFLC announced that effect February 28, 2020, iCERT System account users will no longer be able to take any actions on their applications (e.g., delete initiated applications, request redeterminations, request center director reviews, withdraw applications, and upload supporting documents) within the respective Prevailing Wage, LCA, H-2A, or H-2B program areas of the legacy iCERT System. Users will retain the ability to access their accounts and view, download, or copy information related to their applications after the iCERT System is placed in read-only mode. Beginning February 28, 2020, iCERT System account users who need to request a specific case action on an application available in the iCERT System should contact the relevant OFLC program helpdesk for review and appropriate action.
Also, effective February 28, 2020, members of the public interested in obtaining data on labor certification decisions will still be able to access it within the Disclosure Data section of the OFLC Performance data page. Members of the public interested in obtaining copies of labor certification records or other information maintained by OFLC may also request access under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA). For more information on how to submit a FOIA request, please visit the Department of Labor's FOIA webpage.
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