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Greg Siskind on Immigration Law and Policy

FRAGOMEN FORCES DOL TO BACK DOWN

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Fragomen, Del Rey, Bernsen and Loewy has prevailed in its effort to get the Department of Labor to reverse its audit of the firm's PERM applications and to clear its name. In a settlement agreement approved today by the court, the DOL has been forced to withdraw the ridiculously unfair press releases announcing the audit of the firms' clients PERM petitions. It has released all of its cases placed in to audit. And the DOL has been forced to go back to the long standing policy that attorneys can provide legal advice to their clients throughout the PERM process. Congrats to the Fragomen lawyers on this win. It's a win for the whole immigration bar as well.







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  1. Commenter's Avatar
    Does this mean Fragomen paralegals can still be planted in client HR offices to weed out ineligible U.S. workers? Will Fragomen forms to clients still require the employer to contact Fragomen before hiring apparently qualified U.S. workers?
  2. Alix's Avatar
    I guess there is hope after all: we are a nation of laws rather than a nation of petty bureucrats.
  3. Dave Bennion's Avatar
    "Does this mean Fragomen paralegals can still be planted in client HR offices to weed out ineligible U.S. workers? Will Fragomen forms to clients still require the employer to contact Fragomen before hiring apparently qualified U.S. workers?"

    Anonymous DOL employee disgruntled much?
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