DoL hasn't updated the per processing time since April 16th, 2015 on this link: https://icert.doleta.gov/
However, i find daily or almost as frequent as daily updates on number of perms processed each day and charts showing average perm processing time on http://dolstats.com/statistics
Per April 16th's update, DoL was processing perms from Feb 2015 and per http://dolstats.com/statistics charts the average wait time has increased to about 6 months from about 60 days; is there any better source to know that DoL is processing perms from which month now?
You are looking at the wrong part. The PERM processing times was updated 5/4/2015. Scroll further down the page - you are looking at processing of prevailing wage requests for PERM applications. Actual PERM processing times is below that. 6 months is about right based on what we are seeing come from DOL.
I agree with Mr. Brollesy. Besides, is it not the employer who would need to be concerned with these things.
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You are looking at the wrong part, as already explained by my learned colleague. PERM processing times currently run around 6 months or less, unless an audit is ordered by DOL.
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