My PD with the Dallas Regional Labor Office is May, 2003. My company and the lawyer received the letter from the BRC on 01/06/2005 and the letter was dated 12/29/2004. My case was filed uder RIR and EB3 category for a Software Engineer postion.
Hope this helps.
Does anyone of you know if there is an number to contact BEC and check with them if letters have been posted or not ?
Thanks and Regards,
Does any one know how much time it will take to clear LC after the BRC send a letter to the attorney ?
Latest(03/02/05): My attorney says it may take upto 24-30 months for them to finish all the pending applications in the Dallas Backlog Reduction center. So guys, if you are planning for some other option. go ahead. My first stage is going on for more than two yrs now and may take another two more yrs (Its an RIR EB2). 5 Yrs for Labor certification virtually makes GC is an unreachable thing in the Dallas office (Only in Dallas office).
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I have just received my 45 day letter from the Dallas BEC (02/01/2006). My original petition date with TWC was May 2003. Hope this helps.
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this is another long wait labor candidate from Texas. My Papers are with BEC (dallas) original filing in July 2002, moved from state to regional in mar 2003...
sent to BEC in 2005 (mid) and waiting since then.
I have seen little progress in my employer’s GC application.
Has anyone seen their Labor Certification denied and an appeal submitted? My case dates back to April 2001, and it is now in DBEC. I do not know how DBEC are handling appeals: FIFO, after first time reviews, etc.
To make the case more interesting my employee is eliminating professional jobs. Does anyone have experience with Labor Certification when employee is down sizing? Will approval to proceed with recruiting be denied?
I will be extremely grateful to any input.
Case Type: Regular (Non RIR)
1) April 19, 2001 = Priority Date in Michigan
2) May 2004 = Reviewed and rejected by Michigan Department of Career Development (Labor Department)
3) July 2004 Employer appeals job description and discrepancy with minimum prevailing wage
4) Dec 28, 2004 = Appeal moved to Dallas Elimination Backlog Center DBEC
5) Unknown Date = 45 day letter received & replied
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Thought I'll post here my query:
Well, my labor has been applied on Non-RIR, EB2 category during April 2004 with State of Ohio - Dept of Labor. Then we recd the case number and receipt of the same by May 2004. My employer was told last month that my labor certification case has been moved to Dallas backlog center. Is there a way I can check online the status of my labor certification?
M G Riaz Ahamed
I have filed my GC through my company on APR 2004 which is currently in Dallas Backlog center. I have not received 45 days letter and how can I find where my case is or what date is being processed at dallas.
I'm in Oklahoma so my case is probably in Dallas Backlog center as well. My PD is April 2004 too. I haven't received 45-day letter either. But my lawyer just told me that she received an email from DOL saying that there will be no need to send the 45-day letter since the case has been confirmed active. I'm not sure how reliable this is. But what else can I do? I have been email-bombing my lawyer for quite a while. She said the next step is to wait for the recruiment notice ----I'm non-RIR, EB2. Don't know when...Originally Posted by mkrishna_p
I'm keeping my fingers crossed....
RIR Applied: 01/2005
Can any one list down what is the "right way" to fill the PERM application please, any "DOs or DONTS"?
We are getting ready to file my PERM next week and I just wanted to make sure I get advice from the experience ones.
THANKS in advance.
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