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NPWC Processing Times (as of 4/30/2017)
Processing Queue        Request Date
H-1B
February 2017
H-2B
April 2017
PERM
February 2017
        Submission Date
Redeterminations        H-1B - February 2017
PERM - February 2017
Center Director Reviews        
PERM / H-1B- March 2017
H-2B - April 2017
*Correction to Redeterminations and H-2B Center Director Review processing month.
The National Prevailing Wage Center (NPWC) is currently processing the dates posted on iCERT above which reflect the month and year in which applications were filed (request date) or submission date of the appeal request for Redeterminations or Center Director Review. The NPWC is unable to give priority processing or expedite prevailing wage determinations as requests are processed in the order in which they are received. However, each prevailing wage request is unique, and processing times may vary depending on material facts and individual circumstances of the request. NPWC gives each prevailing wage request its careful attention and processes each request as efficiently as possible. The Department encourages employers to continue to request a prevailing wage determination (PWD) for the H-2B program at least 60 days before the date the determination is needed. Requestors may check case statuses via the iCERT portal at https://icert.doleta.gov/ or contact our Helpdesk for a status on the application at flc.pwd@dol.gov.
Program        Average Number of Days to Issue Wage Determinations
Month        OES (Calendar Days)        Non-OES (Calendar Days)
H-1B        April 2017        79        87
H-2B        April 2017        27        
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PERM        April 2017        80        82
*All H-2B Prevailing Wage determinations issued in March 2017 were OES wages.
The NPWC determination processing times on iCERT above reflect the average amount of time to issue wage determinations (by program) that were issued during the month listed. The actual processing time for each employer’s prevailing wage application may vary from the average depending on material facts and individual circumstances of the request. OFLC is only reporting the average processing time for all prevailing wage applications for the most recent month.
PERM Processing Times (as of 4/30/2017)
Processing Queue        Priority Dates
Month        Year
Analyst Review        February        2017
Audit Review        October           2016
Reconsideration Requests to the CO        April        2017
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, we 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 plc.atlanta@dol.gov.
Determinations        Average Number of Days to Process PERM Applications
Month        Calendar Days
Analyst Review        April 2017        74
Audit Review        April 2017        230
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.
H-2A Processing Times (updated as of close of business 5/6/2017)
Case Receipt Week        Total Cases Submitted*        Total Cases Issued First NOA or NOD        Percent Receipt Week Completed
Most Recent Week Completed
Apr 23 - Apr 29
171        171        100%
Current Processing Week
Apr 30 - May 6
203        3        1%
*Figures may change slightly because applications submitted, then withdrawn are excluded.
These tables are intended to help employers understand the processing of H-2A applications on a weekly basis. The tables indicate the calendar week from which employer applications initially received at the Chicago National Processing Center (CNPC) are under active review and issued either a Notice of Acceptance (NOA) or a Notice of Deficiency (NOD), as well as the percentage of all cases received during that calendar week that have been issued an initial or 1st action. As soon as all 1st actions for applications received during the calendar week are issued (i.e., 100% complete), the CNPC will move to the next calendar week of applications received and the chart will be updated accordingly.
Processing Activity        Total Cases        Current Status
Average Number of Days to Process *Complete Cases (cumulative over the last 2 weeks)        267        25 Calendar Days
Average Number of Days to Process Incomplete Cases (cumulative over the last 2 weeks)        104        35 Calendar Days
*A “complete” H-2A application is defined as one containing all the documentation required by law or regulation (e.g., recruitment report, farm labor contractor license, housing inspection report) necessary for the OFLC to issue a final decision 30 days before the employer’s start date of work. For “incomplete” applications, OFLC must either issue Notice of Denial or provide employers with additional time to submit documents necessary to meet program requirements. Providing additional time could extend the processing time of any individual application beyond 30 days, thereby increasing average processing times. The actual processing time for each particular H-2A application may vary from the average depending on material facts and individual circumstances of the case. OFLC is only reporting the average processing time for H-2A applications for which processing was completed over the most recent two-week period.
H-2B Processing Times (updated as of close of business 5/6/2017)
Case Receipt     Week            Total Cases Submitted*        
Total Cases Issued First
NOA or NOD
Total Cases Issued Final Decision &
Workers Certified*        Percent Receipt Week Completed
Most Recent Weeks Completed
Jan 1 - Jan 7
2,809
(50,513 Workers)        2,809        2,800
(48,438 Workers)        100%
Jan 8 - Jan 14
501
(8,405 Workers)        501        497
(7,438 Workers)        100%
Jan 15 - Jan 21        393
(9,471 Workers)        393        372
(8,073 Workers)        100%
Jan 22 - Jan 28        152
(2,219 Workers)        152        128
(1,363 Workers)        100%
Jan 29 - Feb 4        285
(3,432 Workers)        285        264
(2,965 Workers)        100%
Feb 5 - Feb 11        119
(1,834 Workers)        119        95
(1,175 Workers)        100%
Feb 12 - Feb 18        115
(1,620 Workers)        115        97
(894 Workers)        100%
Feb 19 - Feb 25        52
(544 Workers)        52        43
(280 Workers)        100%
Feb 26 - Mar 4        67
(664 Workers)        67        45
(324 Workers)        100%
Mar 5 - Mar 11        31
(362 Workers)        31        25
(213 Workers)        100%
Mar 12 - Mar 18        29
(490 Workers)        29        16
(68 Workers)        100%
Mar 19 - Mar 25        19
(237 Workers)        19        10
(42 Workers)        100%
Mar 26 - Apr 1        25
(226 Workers)        25        14
(81 Workers)        100%
Apr 2 - Apr 8        28
(359 Workers)        28        11
(102 Workers)        100%
Apr 9 - Apr 15        17
(460 Workers)        17        0        100%
Apr 16 - Apr 22        7
(230 Workers)        7        0        100%
Current Processing Week
Apr 23 - Apr 29        15
(167 Workers)        13        0        87%
*Figures may change slightly because applications submitted, then withdrawn and rejected are excluded.
These tables are intended to help employers understand the processing of H-2B applications on a weekly basis. The tables indicate the calendar week from which employer applications initially received at the CNPC are under active review and issued either a Notice of Acceptance (NOA) or a Notice of Deficiency (NOD), as well as the percentage of all cases received during that week that have been issued an initial or 1st action. As soon as all 1st actions for applications received during any particular calendar week are issued (i.e., 100% complete), the CNPC will move to the next calendar week of applications received and the chart will be updated accordingly.
Processing Activity        Total Cases        Current Status
Average Number of Days to Process Cases with No Deficiencies (cumulative over the last 2 weeks)        55        54 Calendar Days
Average Number of Days to Process Cases with Deficiencies (cumulative over the last 2 weeks)        254        72 Calendar Days
This table displays the average number of calendar days it takes the CNPC to process cases and issue a NOA with no deficiencies, as measured from the case receipt date to the date a final determination is issued. Although each employer application and recruitment effort is unique, we believe that displaying a cumulative average based on the last two weeks of all cases processed to a final determination will provide employers with information that can help them plan for their workforce needs in relation to the expected start date of work. The actual processing time for each particular H-2B application may vary from the average depending on material facts and individual circumstances of the case. OFLC is only reporting the average processing time for H-2B applications for which processing was completed over the most recent two-week period.
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