Resort’s dual H-2B claim sinks on appeal

By Grace Dixon (April 20, 2022, 5:11 p.m. EDT) – A Maryland hotel cannot resolve issues it submitted temporary worker requests for housekeepers under two different business names by simply dropping one of the petitions , the Board of Alien Labor Certification Appeals adjudged.

U.S. Department of Labor Administrative Law Judge John M. Herke on Tuesday upheld a certifying officer’s decision denying the 91st Street Joint Venture’s application to employ 40 housekeepers under the non-worker program. temporary agricultural H-2B.

When a certifying officer raised preliminary questions about a separate application submitted by Prince Ocean Inn LLC, which shared the same address and contact information, the second company simply withdrew the application. But…

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