|Processing Queue||Priority Dates being Adjudicated|
|Determinations||Average Number of Days to Process PERM Applications|
|Analyst Review:||December 2019||92|
|Audit Review:||December 2019||244|
|Processing Queue||Redeterminations||Center Director Reviews|
|Request Date||Submission Date||Submission Date|
|H-1B||October 2019||December 2019||None Pending|
|H-2B||January 2020||January 2020|
|PERM:||September 2019||December 2019||None Pending|
|CW-1||January 2020||None Pending|
NPWC - The National Prevailing Wage Center.
The PERM Labor Certification Program is administered by the Department of Labor's Office of Foreign Labor Certification (OFLC), at its Atlanta National Processing Center (NPC).
The Analyst Review and Audit dates posted on iCERT above reflect the month and year in which cases were filed that are now being adjudicated at the Atlanta National Processing Center. *The Reconsideration Request to the CO dates posted on iCERT above reflect the month and year in which cases that are now being reviewed at the Atlanta National Processing Center were appealed. For various reasons, DOL may be completing the processing of applications filed prior to the month posted on iCERT. If your application was filed more than 3 months prior to the month posted, you may contact our Helpdesk for a status on the application at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Analyst Review and Audit Review determination processing times on iCERT above reflect the amount of time to process applications for the month. The actual processing time for each employer PERM application may vary from the average depending on the material facts and circumstances. OFLC is only reporting the average processing time for all PERM applications for the most recent month.
Your PERM application, once submitted online, will receive an iCERT case number. Your employer or attorney will be able to use this receipt number to check your PERM status online.