1. Is PERM processing time advertised on iCert accurate? It shows now that the analyst review is at January 2016. Does that mean that there's a ~5 months turnaround at the moment?
2. If there's an audit for the PERM, how soon after the PERM submission will the applicant/employer be notified?
3. If my PERM is not audited for 4 or 5 months after submission, can I assume that it won't get audited?
4. Current audit rate for EB2?
It is accurate. Talk to the lawyer for the employer who is handling the process. Best address for you.
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1. Yes, it is accurate .... for MOST but NOT ALL cases ... it can take much longer in some cases.
2. The applicant is the employer ... the employee will not receive any notification.
3. It is not 'your' PERM ... those papers are the property of the employer, not the employee.
4. I don't understand the question.
Have you talked to the company lawyer?
If so, please tell us what he/she said before you ask questions on a general information blog like this.
If not, why not?
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