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How to apply for an ETA Form 9089?

How to apply for an ETA Form 9089?

1st Stage: The sponsoring employer submits an ETA Form 9089, Application for Permanent Employment Certification, to the U.S. Department of Labor, on behalf of the particular employee sponsored.

Can a prospective employer ask for my current or past?

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How can I find out if someone has recommended me for a job?

You may choose to speak with that person’s former supervisor at each company, or perhaps you can contact the Human Resources department to verify someone’s employment. Find out if the applicant has a letter of recommendation from each employer.

What’s the best way to verify someone’s employment?

Luckily, there are a few ways that you can actually verify someone’s employment before making a hiring decision. Ask the applicant to provide you with the contact information for each employer.

What do you need to know about Perm Form 9089?

The PERM Form 9089 Application for Permanent Employment Certification is essentially a test of the U.S. labor market.

Where can I get Form 9089 for labor certification?

You can have a look at Form 9089 online yourself at the Department of Labor website.

When did the employer need to file ETA 9089?

It replaced ETA Form 750 as of March 28, 2005. The requirements are that the employer needs to fill a full-time permanent job offering fair market value compensation. The employer must show that they have made a good faith effort to hire a United States citizen prior to filing ETA 9089.

What do you need to know about prevailing wage request?

The prevailing wage request provides the DOL with information about the offer such as job requirements, job duties, and the worksite location. The DOL uses this information to issue the employer a prevailing wage determination (PWD), stating the common wage for the specific job position in the specific worksite location.