Template/Letter - Perm Adutis & Endless Delay
Today I have got the template from Ron and he has written this for atlanta. I also posted question to him for adding the case number. I am bit concerned what kind of impact would be there if we give case number. Apart from that everything looks good. Feel free to add any comment or suggesstion.
I am not sure about chicago as the number is very small, feel free to add any suggession or you can directly talk to Ron Gotcher. if you are like around 10-20 guys, you may hire him and ask him to represent. I dont feel comfortable to ask him more help as he is not accepting any fee or just let me know if you how to approach/your thoughts.
Gordon S. Heddell
United States Department of Labor
Office of Inspector General
200 Constitution Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20210
RE: Complaint of Malfeasance in the Atlanta Foreign Labor Certification Office
We, the undersigned, are victims of persistent malfeasance existing in the Atlanta, Georgia office of the Department of Labor’s Foreign Labor Certification Program. All of the undersigned are the beneficiaries of foreign labor certification applications filed with that office. We have seen similar applications filed by others, substantially after our applications were filed, processed to completion. We have made inquiries into the reasons for the delays in our cases but we have not received any answers, much less explanations.
It is our understanding that the Atlanta office is no processing cases on a first in, first out basis. Rather, they are selecting cases almost at random for processing. This is unfair and unreasonable. Later filed applications are being given preferential processing over earlier filed cases.
We ask that your office open an investigation into the reasons for this policy. If you find improper conduct, we ask that you recommend appropriate disciple for those responsible. If you do not find improper conduct, we ask that you require the Atlanta office to provide a detailed explanation for their behavior and, on a go forward basis, provide for transparency in their selection process. Whatever the reason for their existing procedures, there is a clear air of impropriety in what they are doing.
We look forward to your reply.
[for each person who signs on, they need to give their name, their employer’s name, their case number, and their filing date.]
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