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UPCOMING WEBINAR – Mastering the Schedule-A Green Card Process

Reddy Neumann Brown PC invites you to join our FREE Webinar “Mastering the Schedule A-Green Card Process” on Friday, March 29, 2024 from 1:00pm to 2:00pm CST.

For certain occupations, the Department of Labor (DOL) has predetermined there are not sufficient U.S. workers who are able, willing, qualified, and available pursuant to regulation. These occupations are referred to as Schedule-A occupations. Because of the occupational shortage of these U.S. workers, DOL has “pre-certified” Schedule-A occupations. This means that an employer who wishes to hire a person for a Schedule-A occupation is not required to conduct a test of the labor market and apply for a permanent labor certification with DOL. Rather, this employer must apply for Schedule-A designation by submitting an application for permanent labor certification to USCIS in conjunction with an I-140 immigrant petition.

In this webinar, we will discuss:

  • which occupations qualify for Schedule-A filing,
  • the petition requirements when the labor certification is “pre-certified”,
  • prevailing wage determinations,
  • the Notice of Filing,
  • the Health Care Worker Certification, and
  • state licensure requirements.



Ryan Wilck, Partner

Camille Joson, Senior Associate


Reddy Neumann Brown PC has been serving the business community for over 25 years and is Houston’s second largest immigration law firm focused solely on U.S. employment-based immigration. We work with both employers and their employees, helping them navigate the immigration process quickly and cost-effectively.

This Webinar is made available by Reddy Neumann Brown PC for educational purposes only. Information provided in this Webinar should not be construed as legal advice for your specific situation nor does it constitute an engagement with Ryan Wilck, Camille Joson, or Reddy Neumann Brown PC or establish an attorney-client relationship. For specific advice on your situation, please contact a licensed attorney.