DOL FAQ on Unquantified Experience, as listed in H.14 of ETA Form 9089

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On Monday, March 6th, the U.S. Department of Labor (“DOL”) issued a new FAQ on unquantified experience as listed in section H.14 of ETA Form 9089, which takes effect March 20, 2017. The FAQ changes decades of employer recruitment practice by requiring employers to quantify any skill set required to perform the job, as listed in H.14. The U.S. Chamber of Commerce, the American Immigration Lawyers Association, and other stakeholders have weighed in on the serious impact of this FAQ as it applies to PERM practices and we are awaiting further instruction from DOL on how it intends to modify – if at all – this new FAQ.

Please contact SPS Immigration should you have questions on how this may impact your immigration case.

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