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Governments everywhere, the United States included, are tasked with resolving disputes in peaceful, functional ways. One such controversy involves the tension between American employers seeking to tap specialized talent from abroad and U.S. workers who value their own job opportunities and working conditions and who may see foreign-born job seekers as unwelcome competition. Given these conflicting concerns, especially in the current economic climate, this article will review recent administrative agency decisions involving permanent labor certification—a labor-market testing process designed to determine if American workers are able, available and willing to fill jobs for which U.S. employers seek to sponsor foreign-born staff so that these non-citizens can receive green cards (permanent residence).

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