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Name: Labour certification process for permanent employment of aliens in the United States.
Country: United States of America
Subject(s): Migrant workers
Type of legislation: Regulation, Decree, Ordinance
Adopted on: 1992-04-01
Entry into force:
Published on: Code of Federal Regulations, 1992-04-01, Title 20, Chapter V,, Part 656, pp. 469-496 (INFORM - P60905)
ISN: USA-1992-R-38927
Link: https://www.ilo.org/dyn/natlex/natlex4.detail?p_isn=38927&p_lang=en
Bibliography: Code of Federal Regulations, 1992-04-01, Title 20, Chapter V,, Part 656, pp. 469-496 (INFORM - P60905)
Abstract/Citation: Pursuant to the Immigration and Nationality Act, certain categories of foreigners may only obtain a visa for entrance into the United States in order to engage in permanent employment if it has been established that there are not sufficient United States workers, who are able, willing, qualified and available at the time and at the place where the foreigner is to perform the work, and that the employment fo the foreigner will not adversly affect the wages and working conditions fo United States workers similarly employed. These regulations set out the rules and procedures for this Labor Certification Process.
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