Immigration Media Director Catherine Helm, speaking of MCA’s history of innovation, put it this way: “We are in tune with our clients’ needs and the ever-changing DOL regulations,”
Tampa, FL (PRWEB) December 10, 2014
For more than two decades, attorneys and employers have turned to MCAads.com (http://myclassifiedads.net/perm) for help in obtaining Labor Certification, the first step to a green card for those seeking permanent residence through employment. Now MCA has simplified the PERM process by introducing a new, easy-to-use “drag-and-drop” function for submitting ad requests.
“We work with immigration attorneys to assist their clients,” explains MCA founder and CEO Blaire Fanning, adding that, “We offer several of the services needed to fulfill PERM requirements.”
According to the Department of Labor (DOL), Labor Certification (LC) is a key to proving there are no qualified American workers for a given job. If there are qualified Americans, then a foreign worker cannot be offered the position permanently. For that reason, employers must conduct specific recruitment activities following mandated advertising requirements before filing a PERM (Program Electronic Review Management) LC.
With its experienced staff working within well-honed processes, MCA can assure its clients that the PERM LC will be completed on-schedule and in compliance with DOL regulations by using best business practices and leveraging state-of-the-art technology.
“We were the first company to have an online file folders system for our clients where they can access all of their documents in real time,” said Becca Fagnano, National Recruitment Media Specialist. “We take the initiative when it comes to PERM/Immigration.”
Immigration Media Director Catherine Helm, speaking of MCA’s history of innovation, put it this way: “We are in tune with our clients’ needs and the ever-changing DOL regulations,” adding that the new drag-and-drop feature is yet another example of how MCA works hard to make life easier for its clients.
“We quote, place, track and verify ad placements, while giving clients real-time access to their documents,” Helm said. “We are focused on a client’s complete peace of mind and 100 percent satisfaction on every ad placed.”
Employers may submit documentation regarding any three of the following types of recruitment activities: Job search website, trade or professional organizations, private employment firms, campus placement offices, local and ethnic newspapers, as well as radio and television ads.
“Prior to each ad running, our team will find the correct paper and quote an appropriate ad as specified,” Helm said. “Once everything is approved, we will place and proof all ads based on DOL specifications. After each ad has run, our team will collect all necessary screen shots and tear sheets. Clients are given real-time online access to their documents—and hard copies can be requested at any time.”
In addition to its hands-on, day-to-day experience with attorneys and employers, MCAads.com is also a regular exhibitor at the annual American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) conferences, including this year in Boston and last year in San Francisco. MCA is planning to attend AILA’s conference next year in National Harbor, MD, near Washington, D.C.
For more information regarding MCA and its various services, including the placement of ads in newspapers for immigration-related PERM cases, call (813) 920-0197, fax (813) 792-2630 or visit http://myclassifiedads.net/perm.
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