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primavera Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Feb-16-09 12:38 PM
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136. So why don't they complain to the Department of Labor?
To get an H-1B, the employer has to post notices in multiple, prominent locations, alerting employees that they wish to hire a foreign worker, what the job description is, what the salary will be, what the hours are, department, etc., and include specific instructions on how to contact the Department of Labor (DoL) if they have any concerns about it. And if an employee complains to DoL, DoL will not certify the Labor Condition Application (LCA) and, without the LCA, Citizenship & Immigration Services will not approve the H-1B petition and State will not issue the visa, period, end of story. How is this safeguard being circumvented?
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