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Time Required to Complete a Prevailing Wage Determination (as of 12/31/2022)

Queue for Processing

Cash Register Receipt File for OES

File of Non-OES Receipts

CW-1

Date: November, 2022

N/A

H-1B

January 2022

During the month of February, 2022

H-2B

It will be November of 2022.

There will be a November 2022.

PERM

During the month of January, 2022

Month of January, 2022

Redeterminations

June 2022 for H-1B visas

TERMINATION: May of 2022

Director of the Center Evaluates

CW-1: No Action Required

Incomplete H-1B Filings

The H-2B visa application deadline is November 2022.

The position will be permanent as of November 2022.

Above, you'll see the months and years that applications for Redeterminations or Center Director Reviews were submitted or the appeal requests were filed. In order to participate in the H-2B program, the Office of Foreign Labor Certification (OFLC) suggests that businesses submit requests for prevailing wage determinations at least 60 days before the date such requests are needed. Applications submitted before the month displayed may have been processed by OFLC for a variety of reasons.

 

CW-1

Bill Paying Monthii

We Have Received Your Requests

Determinations

Issuediii

Typical Time in Calendar Days for a Procedure

September of 2022

138

133

42

October of 2022

229

107

43

It will be November of 2022.

167

116

41

Exact date unknown but expected to be in December 2022

101

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H-1B

Payroll Receipt Monthii

We Have Received Your Requests

Determinations

Issuediii

Process Time in Days on Average

December of 2021

240

231

178

We are now in January of 2022.

354

216

216

The month of February, 2022

372

241

217

March 2022

421

271

200

April 2022

417

249

192

May 2022

355

77

199

June 2022

293

97

177

July 2022

264

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August of the year 2022

304

--

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When: September, 2022

221

--

--

Towards the End of October, 2022

221

--

--

The month of November, 2022

220

 

Next Month: December 2022

311

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H-2B

Monthii Receipt

Requests Obtained

Determinations

Issuediii

Procedural Time in Days on Average

A September in 2022

3,383

3,382

42

We're looking at October of 2022.

3,768

3,766

43

In the month of November, 2022

2,452

2,211

37

Time Period: December, 2022

676

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PERM

Payment Receipt Monthii

Awaiting Response to Requests

Determinations

Issuediii

Standard Number of Working Days to Complete a Procedural Step

The month of December, 2021

12,281

12,247

185

This article is about January 2022.

14,018

13,076

194

The month of February, 2022

15,414

14,192

194

March 2022

17,566

16,087

195

April 2022

17,223

15,766

201

May 2022

15,863

13,657

203

June 2022

16,581

7,076

198

July 2022

16,540

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--

When: August, 2022

18,197

--

--

Calendar Month: September, 2022

16,971

--

44

When: October, 2022

16,442

--

--

After the month of November, 2022

15,607

--

--

In the month of December, 2022

15,725

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Numbers may vary due to the fact that requests that were subsequently canceled or revoked are not included.
iii Requests for reconsideration and Center Director Reviews are not considered part of the aforementioned Determinations.
iv The average processing time for all prevailing wage applications received that month can be inferred from these figures. The time it takes to process a prevailing wage request from an individual employer may vary from the average time frame given above, depending on the specific facts and circumstances of that employer's request.

Time Required for a PERM Decision (as of 12/31/2022) Waiting Line for Processing Important Dates Feedback from Industry Experts April 2022 Review of Auditing This article is about January 2022. Appeal to the Chief of Staff for a Reconsideration June 2022

Cases that were filed in this month and year are currently being heard and decided upon. Date of Reconsideration Request to CO indicates the month and year that the cases under review were originally appealed. Applications submitted before the month displayed may not have been fully processed by OFLC due to a number of factors. Contact the OFLC PERM Helpdesk at plc if your application was submitted more than three months prior to the month posted. [email protected] gov

Standard Time Required to Process a PERM Application Determinations Month Weeks Months Years Evaluation by Analysts Next Month: December 2022 255 Verification Examining There will be a December in 2022. 356

Time taken to process applications as of the indicated dates. Timeliness of a given employer's PERM application may differ from the average due to differences in relevant factors and the specifics of the case. OFLC has released a report detailing the typical month-long wait time for a PERM application.

Updated H-2A Processing Times (as of the close of business on 12/31/2022)

I Submission of the First Acceptance or Deficiency Notice Week of Receipts (Cases) Cumulative Number of Cases1 Quantity of Initial Notices of Action or Denial The Weekly Percentage of NOA and NOD Notices Received WEEK FINISHED LAST Dec 18 - 24 981 981 100.0% THE CURRENT STATE OF PROCESSING Dec 25 - 31 832 138 16.6% II Normalized Case Resolution Times (in Number of Calendar Days) Operational Processing Cases Reported Present Situation Number of days on average it takes to process a Complete2 case (averaged over the past two weeks) 548 Week 27 of the Calendar Cumulatively over the last two weeks, the average number of days it has taken to finish processing incomplete cases is 9.

126

Time Period: 34 Days

Due to the exclusion of applications that were withdrawn or denied, [1] the total may change.
H-2A applications are considered complete only if they include all required materials (e.g., a completed g documents (e.g., housing inspection report, workers' compensation, recruitment report) required for the OFLC Certifying Officer to issue a final determination 30 days prior to the earliest date of need

Timelines for H-2B Visa Processing (current as of 5pm EST on 12/31/2022)

Requested Start Dates Covering April 1, 2022, through September 30, 2022   STEP 1 STEP 2 STEP 3 STEP4

Timing for Filing

Sum of All Cases and Positions Applied For

Cases for Which a NOA or NOD Was Issued

How Many New Orders of Discharge There Were

How Many Cases Are Still Open After a Notice of Appeal or Dismissal Has Been Issued?4

Number of Certified Positions and Cases With Final Rulings

Jan 2022

7,702

(129,867 Workers)

7,702

100%

--

7,702

(120,071 Workers)

Feb 2022

486

(4,809 Workers)

486

100%

--

486

(3,884 Workers)

Mar 2022

282

(4,166 Workers)

282

100%

--

282

(3,249 Workers)

Apr 2022

137

(1,829 Workers)

137

100%

--

137

(1,059 Workers)

May 2022

109

(1,357 Workers)

109

100%

--

109

(557 Workers)

Jun 2022

96

(1,413 Workers)

96

100%

--

96

(351 Workers)

Jul 20225

23

(141 Workers)

23

100%

--

23

(33 Workers)

Acknowledged Cases and Certified Positions (for FY 2022 Second Half Visa Cap)

8,835

(129,204 Workers)

Dates of Need Applications Received: October 1, 2022 - March 31, 2023   STEP 1 STEP 2 STEP 3 STEP4 A Time To File Documents Cumulative Number of Cases and Positions Requested Number of Cases for Which a NOA or NOD Was Issued Amount of NODs Issued as a Fraction of the First NOA or the Total The Cumulative Number of Open Cases Following the Issuance of a Notice of Appeal or Notice of Dismissal4 Count of All Certified Positions and Cases With a Final Ruling

4–6 Group A July

1,300

(28,568 Workers)

1,300

100%

--

1,300

(25,050 Workers)

Jul 3-56

6
(55 Workers)

6

100%

--

6

(46 Workers)

Jul 6-9

148
(3,552 Workers)

148

100%

--

155

(2,557 Workers)

Jul 10-16

152

(3,838 Workers)

152

100%

--

152

(3,730 Workers)

Jul 17-23

311

(5,613 Workers)

311

100%

--

311

(5,096 Workers)

Jul 24-30

167

(4,107 Workers)

167

100%

--

167

(3,304 Workers)

From July 31st to August 6th

301

(5,404 Workers)

301

100%

--

301

(5,108 Workers)

Aug 7-13

145

(3,582 Workers)

145

100%

--

145

(3,449 Workers)

Aug 14-20

195

(5,434 Workers)

195

100%

--

195

(3,535 Workers)

Aug 21-27

104

(2,042 Workers)

104

100%

--

104

(1,871 Workers)

When: August 28th - September 3rd

136

(3,717 Workers)

136

100%

2

(201 Workers)

134

(2,930 Workers)

Sep 4-10

71

(1,152 Workers)

71

100%

--

71

(1,048 Workers)

Sep 11-17

74

(932 Workers)

74

100%

--

74

(714 Workers)

Sep 18 - 24

46

(714 Workers)

46

100%

1
(3 Workers)

45

(456 Workers)

The Week of September 25th through October First

41

(762 Workers)

41

100%

--

41

(601 Workers)

Oct 2 - 8

119

(4911 Employees)

119

100%

--

119

(4,809 Workers)

Oct 9 -15

29

(796 Workers)

29

100%

--

29

(762 Workers)

Oct 16 - 22

46

(1,512 Workers)

46

100.0%

1

(50 Workers)

45

(1,142 Workers)

Oct 23 - 29

40

(1,031 Workers)

40

100.0%

2

(250 Workers)

38

(686 Workers)

This week, from October 30 to November 5

178

(4,707 Workers)

178

100.0%

3

(225 Workers)

175

(4,070 Workers)

Nov 6 - 12

51

(1,363 Workers)

51

100%

17

(723 Workers)

34

(579 Workers)

Nov 13 - 19

158

(2,904 Workers)

158

100%

29

(587 Workers)

129

(2,183 Workers)

Nov 20 - 26

53

(1,979 Workers)

53

100.0%

10

(96 Workers)

43

(773 Workers)

Between the dates of November 27th and December 3rd

460

(8,996 Workers)

460

100%

169

(3,488 Workers)

291

(5,486 Workers)

Dec 4 - 10

115

(2,288 Workers)

115

100%

109

(2,160 Workers)

6

(A Group of 125 People)

Dec 11 - 17

162

(2,921 Workers)

162

100%

162

(2,921 Workers)

-- Dec 18 - 24

68

3.001 Employees

50 73.5% 50
(1.992 Employees) --

Dec 25 - 31

112

That's (1,464 People)

1

0.9%

1

(A Group of 22 Employees)

--

Cases with a final decision and certified positions issued as of the end of the first half of fiscal year 2022.

4,110

(80,110 Workers)

[3] The sum does not account for applications that were withdrawn or were denied, so the actual number could be different. Number of applications with a Notice of Acceptance and ongoing recruitment for U.S. S members of staff or those answering a NOD Applications submitted in July 2022 with a start date of need between April 1, 2022 and September 30, 2022 will be considered for the FY 2022 Second Half Cap.

[6] Requested start date of need as of October 2, 2022 in submitted applications

Timing for Processing Form CW-1 (current as of the close of business on 12/31/2022)   STEP 1 STEP 2 STEP 3 STEP4 Date Received in Month The total number of submitted cases is nine, and six open positions have been requested. Cases for Which a NOA or NOD Was Issued Total Number of Notices of Dispute or Percentage of Initial NOAs Cumulative Pending Caseload Following Issuance of NOA or NOD10 Indicative of the Number of Certified Positions and Cases With Final Rulings

May

407
(1,277 Workers)

407

100%

1

(1 Workers)

406
(1,055 Workers)

June

759
(3,115 Workers)

759

100%

--

759
(2,222 Workers)

July

191
(630 Workers)

191

100%

--

191
(364 Workers)

August

191
(696 Workers)

191

100%

--

191

(354 Workers)

September

113
(538 Workers)

113

100%

1

(20 Workers)

112

(351 Workers)

October

131

(535 Workers)

131

100%

1

(4 Workers)

130

(426 Workers)

November

132

(561 Workers)

132

100%

84

(346 Workers)

48

(74 Workers)

December

138

(614 Workers)

134 97.1%

127

(550 Workers)

7

Worker Count: 0

Categories of Software   STEP 1 STEP 2 STEP 3 STEP 4 Type of Application Sum of All Applications & Positions Requested Count of All Cases for Which an NOA or NOD Was Issued Initial and Cumulative NOA and NOD Issuance Percentages Incomplete Caseload Following Issuance of NOA or NOD3 Quantity of Certified Positions and Cases with Final Rulings

Reissued CW-1 Visas11

1,078

(5,038 Workers)

1,071

99.4%

161
(754 Workers)

910

(2,805 Workers)

12 Renewals of CW-1 Visas

991

(2,951 Workers)

987

99.6%

53

There were 167 employees total.

934
(2,041 Workers)

TOTALS

2,069
(7,989 Workers)

2,058

99.5%

214
(921 Workers)

1,844

(4,846 Workers)

           

An 8CW-1 worker is a noncitizen who is authorized by the Department of Homeland Security to perform temporary labor or services in the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands (CNMI) in accordance with Section 48 U. S C 1806(d)
9Numbers may vary slightly due to the exclusion of applications that were submitted but later withdrawn.
There are currently 10 applications in the U.S. national queue that have either received a notice of approval (NOA) or are actively recruiting. S employees or those who are in response to a NOD
11Signifies that a request has been made by an employer to hire a foreign worker who is not currently working in the CNMI in CW-1 visa status.
12Signifies that an extension of a foreign worker's CW-1 visa employment has been requested by the employer.

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