Drafting Strategies for PERM: A Practical Workshop

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DOL’s ETA 9089 is one of the most difficult of all immigration forms, presenting a number of drafting challenges and obstacles for practitioners. Drafting a successful ETA 9089 begins with a sound ETA 9141. The experts on this basic-to-intermediate panel will provide members with best practice recommendations addressing a variety of strategic drafting issues for these two forms. These recommendations range from how to interpret basic questions on the ETA 9089 and ETA 9141, to successfully navigating the complex nuances inherent in these forms.

  • Form ETA-9141: How It Relates to the 9089
  • Form ETA-9089: Application for Permanent Employment Certification Filed with DOL
  • Section H Conundrums in Drafting H.4 to H.15
  • J.18 to J.20: Is There a Right or Wrong Answer?
  • Section K Disclosures

Marcine Seid (DL)

Palo Alto, CA

Susanne C. Heubel

New York, NY

La Verne Ramsay

San Francisco, CA

David A. M. Ware

Metairie, LA


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