Two Labor Certifications for Polish Nationals Approved Through PERM
Our clients were two small construction companies who wished to hire the beneficiaries. The challenges of both cases were significant, as the Immigration Service must be convinced that the employer is able to pay the wage, and the worker is occupying a bona fide full-time permanent position, not an independent contractor position. We used our experience in small business cases to submit evidence persuasive to the Department of Labor, and both labor certifications were granted.
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