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Tag: Public Access File

  • H-1B Notice Requirement Compliance by Electronic Posting

    The United States Department of Labor (DOL) regulations require all H-1B employers to maintain a list of records regarding the H-1B workers that they employ. These records are referred to as the public access file, or PAF. The PAF includes documentation of such information as the rate of pay for the H-1B workers and a […]

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  • H-1B Basics: Public Access File

    Maintaining a public access file is an integral part of complying with H-1B laws. The purpose of a public access file is to create a singular file in the employer’s place of business that contains documents that prove the employer is satisfying the minimum legal H-1B requirements. Once a public access file compliance system is […]

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  • Spring Cleaning During H-1B Cap Season

    If your company will be sponsoring any individuals for H-1B visas, now is a good time to review compliance in your immigration-related matters, specifically with Department of Labor (DOL) and U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) filings. Spring is just around the corner, so dust off those Public Access Folders and Form I-9 Files to […]

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  • Delving Deeper Into H-1B for Specialized Workers

    In today’s blog we are going to delve deeper into the category of H-1B for specialized workers. We’ll discuss some of the necessary components of the application, like the prevailing wage, the Labor Condition Application and the Public Access File. The H-1B Process Prior to filing an H-1B petition, there are a number of requirements […]

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