Acknowledging that 20 CFR 656.17(g)(1) does not explicitly require recruitment reports to have “original” signatures, BALCA upheld the denial of three labor certifications in a decision issued yesterday, rejecting the argument that the typewritten name constituted an electronic signature.

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BALCA Upholds Denial for Failure to Submit Signed Recruitment Report