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When no U.S. worker will do, or you've got an immigrant working for you on a temporary visa that you'd like to be able to hire permanently, it's time to enter the waters of green card sponsorship. Learn about this lengthy, multi-step process here.
Overview of Sponsoring Employer's Responsibilities
Overview of PERM Process
A look at what the employer must do in order to obtain labor certification, a prerequisite for an immigrant hire.
Employer Recruitment Requirements Under PERM
When a U.S. employer sponsors a foreign worker for a green card (lawful permanent residence), the law usually requires the employer to complete a process known as labor certification, or PERM.
Employers' Five Most Common PERM Mistakes
When foreign workers seek a U.S. green card through employment, they must in most cases rely on the U.S. employer that offered them a job to successfully complete the multitude of requirements associated with sponsoring them for a green card.
Responsibilities When Reviewing Resumes
Many U.S. employers choose to hire foreign workers to work long-term for the employer’s company -- that is, to sponsor the worker for U.S. lawful permanent residence or a green card. To do so, the vast majority of employers must complete a process known as labor certification" or “PERM” before..."