20 CFR § 656.20 - Audit procedures.
(a) Review of the labor certification application may lead to an audit of the application. Additionally, certain applications may be selected randomly for audit and quality control purposes. If an application is selected for audit, the Certifying Officer shall issue an audit letter. The audit letter will:
(2) Specify a date, 30 days from the date of the audit letter, by which the required documentation must be submitted; and
(3) Advise that if the required documentation has not been sent by the date specified the application will be denied.
(i) Failure to provide documentation in a timely manner constitutes a refusal to exhaust available administrative remedies; and
(ii) The administrative-judicial review procedure provided in § 656.26 is not available.
(b) A substantial failure by the employer to provide required documentation will result in that application being denied under § 656.24 and may result in a determination by the Certifying Officer pursuant to § 656.24 to require the employer to conduct supervised recruitment under § 656.21 in future filings of labor certification applications for up to 2 years.
(1) Request supplemental information and/or documentation; or