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U.S. Department of Labor’s Prevailing Wage Rule Set Aside

Earlier this month, 2 federal court decisions set aside the U.S Department of Labor’s (DOLs) interim final rule that attempted to significantly increase the prevailing wages for temporary and permanent employment of foreign nationals in the United States. In response to these federal court orders, the DOL has started updating their systems and wage information to incorporate the pre-interim final rule wage data. The DOL also confirmed that prevailing wage determination reconsideration requests may be file until January 4, 2021 for all prevailing wage determinations issued during the period in which the increased interim final wage data was used.

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