Understanding Your Immigration Advertising Needs

The innovative advertising agency that understands the needs of companies placing recruitment advertising for labor certification cases in PERM, supervised recruitment, and H2B processes.

We Provide: Prompt & efficient service.
We Deliver: Timely results & unparalleled customer service.
We Understand: Your deadlines. Your deadlines become ours. Period.

Our knowledgeable staff has experience placing many forms of recruitment: newspapers, periodicals, journals, internet job search postings, campus recruitment, radio ads, and more. We have experience placing SWA job orders since the PERM process was initiated. We understand your needs. Our passion for results will help us give your clients the best guidance and most cost-efficient arrangements available today.

In most cases, our services are FREE!

- FREE, no-obligation price quotes
- Most forms of recruitment, including SWA job orders
- DOL-compliant, free recruitment campaign suggestions
- Prompt, efficient, courteous service
- Original tearsheets or affidavits
- Multiple full-page copies
- Optional direct billing to clients


Items of Impact to Your Recruitment Cases


Notice of Filing Must Name Employer
The Board of Alien Labor Certification Appeals (BALCA) has unequivocally affirmed that the notice of filing must name the employer, regardless of whether employees might tacitly understand who the company is. Read how the decisions in both the cases of TERA Technologies, Inc. and USA Wool, Inc. may affect your advertisements for labor certification.  Read More

En Banc Panel Upholds BALCA Decision Regarding Content Requirements
USADNEWS had previously reviewed the Matter of Symantec Corporation (February 2014), which overturned the Certifying Officer's (CO) denial of an application based on the content requirements at 20 C.F.R. § 656.17(f) and concluded that the regulations only apply to the mandatory Sunday newspaper or professional journal advertisements. This decision conflicted with previous Board decisions that applied the content requirements to all recruitment methods.  Consequently, the CO requested an en banc review to reconcile the disparate decisions. Read More
 
BALCA Tackles Issue of Local Newspapers Again

The placement of an ad in a local or ethnic newspaper continues to be the focus of greater scrutiny by the Department of Labor (DOL). Another case brought before the Board of Alien Labor Certification Appeals (BALCA) examines whether the same newspaper may be used to satisfy the Sunday advertising requirement and the additional recruitment step of advertising in a local or ethnic paper. Read More

Upcoming Holiday Weekends: Thanksgiving Weekend November 30th

Thanksgiving is just around the corner! Some attorneys choose to avoid running advertisements on holiday weekends. Please advise your ad representative if you will be skipping ads on Sunday, November 30th. 

Notice of Filing Must Name Employer

The Board of Alien Labor Certification Appeals (BALCA) has unequivocally affirmed that the notice of filing must name the employer, regardless of whether employees might tacitly understand who the company is. Read how the decisions in both the cases of TERA Technologies, Inc. and USA Wool, Inc. may affect your advertisements for labor certification. 

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