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Name: Attestations by facilities using nonimmigrant aliens as registered nurses. (29 CFR, Chapter V, Part 504)
Country: United States of America
Subject(s): Migrant workers
Type of legislation: Regulation, Decree, Ordinance
Adopted on: 1992-07-01
Entry into force:
Published on: Code of Federal Regulations, 1992-07-01, Vol. 29, Chapter V, Title 504, pp.91- 118.
ISN: USA-1992-R-39126
Link: https://www.ilo.org/dyn/natlex/natlex4.detail?p_isn=39126&p_lang=en
Bibliography: Code of Federal Regulations, 1992-07-01, Vol. 29, Chapter V, Title 504, pp.91- 118.
Abstract/Citation: The Immigration Nursing Relief Act of 1989 was enacted to provide relief for the nursing shortage crisis. Subpart D of these Regulations set forth the procedure by which health care facilities seeking to use nonimmigrant registered nurses may submit attestations to the Department of Labor relating to the effects on the nursing shortage on their operations, their efforts to recruit and retain United States workers as registered nurses and certain information on wages and working conditions for nurses at the facility. Subpart E of these Regulations set forth complaint, investigation and penalty provisions with respect to such attestations.
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