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Old 04-14-2006, 10:42 AM
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Default Data Released for PERM and BPC cases

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I saw the following data released on Murthy bulletin today about PERM and BPC cases. I thought I will share it with you all.

PERM:
The DOL states that 80,272 PERM cases were filed during the above timeframe. Of these, 36,687 have been certified, 1,950 have been withdrawn, and 23,205 have been denied. The denials have been for a variety of reasons, including small errors made on the forms. Thus, many of these cases were refiled and may have been approved, ultimately. The remaining cases are pending.

There have been 24,960 audits. A breakdown of the number of cases approved and denied after an audit was not provided.


BPC:
The backlog processing centers (BPCs) began with just over 363,000 labor certifications in the backlog. The DOL reports that 108,000 of these cases have been completed. There are at least 255,000 cases that have not been completed. Of those cases completed, approximately 50,000 have been certified. This does not mean that there have been high rates of BPC denials. We believe it reflects the fact that a case is deemed "complete" if the employer chooses not to go forward at the 45-day letter stage.

DOL believes that all special-handling cases have been identified and contacted. Full data entry for all cases still appears to be slated for a June 30, 2006 completion.


This data may help us in doing some more calculations for regrogression date movements.
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Old 04-14-2006, 12:52 PM
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This news has been out for some time on Matt Oh's site.
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