Labor Certification (PERM)
Pursuant to 20 CFR 656.10, when filing a request for Labor Certification in order to obtain permanent resident status in the United States, the University of Michigan must provide notice to the University's employees at the facility or location of employment. The notice must be posted for at least ten consecutive business days. The notice must be clearly visible and unobstructed while posted and must be posted in conspicuous places, such as the immediate vicinity of the wage and hour notices required by 29 CFR 516.4 or occupational safety and health notices required by 29 CFR 1903.2(a). When a position is covered by a collective bargaining agreement, notice will instead be provided directly to the appropriate bargaining representative.
In an effort to provide additional notice, copies of the notice of filing are also provided at the link below for a period of at least ten consecutive business days.
Labor Condition Application (LCA)
Pursuant to 20 CFR 655.734, the University of Michigan is providing notice that E-3, H-1B or H-1B1 workers are being sought for the occupations and worksites listed at the link below. When a position is covered by a collective bargaining agreement, notice will instead be provided directly to the appropriate bargaining representative. All notices of filing below are posted for a period of at least ten consecutive calendar days.
A copy of the Labor Condition Application (LCA), as well as necessary supporting documentation required by the Department of Labor regulations, are available for public examination in a public access file at the address below within one working day after the date on which the LCA is filed with the Department of Labor, pursuant to 20 CFR 655.705(c)(2) and 20 CFR 655.760.
Faculty and Staff Immigration Services
University of Michigan
515 E. Jefferson Street
Ann Arbor, MI 48109
Complaints alleging misrepresentation of material facts in the labor condition application and/or failure to comply with the terms of the labor condition application may be filed with any office of the Wage and Hour Division of the United States Department of Labor.