20 CFR Subpart L - What Requirements Must a Facility Meet to Employ H-1C Nonimmigrant Workers as Registered Nurses?

  1. § 655.1100 What are the purposes, procedures and applicability of these regulations in subparts L and M of this part?
  2. § 655.1101 What are the responsibilities of the government agencies and the facilities that participate in the H-1C program?
  3. § 655.1102 What are the definitions of terms that are used in these regulations?
  4. § 655.1110 What requirements are imposed in the filing of an attestation?
  5. § 655.1111 Element I - What hospitals are eligible to participate in the H-1C program?
  6. § 655.1112 Element II - What does “no adverse effect on wages and working conditions” mean?
  7. § 655.1113 Element III - What does “facility wage rate” mean?
  8. § 655.1114 Element IV - What are the timely and significant steps an H-1C employer must take to recruit and retain U.S. nurses?
  9. § 655.1115 Element V - What does “no strike/lockout or layoff” mean?
  10. § 655.1116 Element VI - What notification must facilities provide to registered nurses?
  11. § 655.1117 Element VII - What are the limitations as to the number of H-1C nonimmigrants that a facility may employ?
  12. § 655.1118 Element VIII - What are the limitations as to where the H-1C nonimmigrant may be employed?
  13. § 655.1130 What criteria does the Department use to determine whether or not to certify an Attestation?
  14. § 655.1132 When will the Department suspend or invalidate an approved Attestation?
  15. § 655.1135 What appeals procedures are available concerning ETA's actions on a facility's Attestation?
  16. § 655.1150 What materials must be available to the public?
Source:
65 FR 51149, Aug. 22, 2000, unless otherwise noted.
Editorial Note:
Nomenclature changes to subpart L of part 655 appear at 75 FR 10403, Mar. 5, 2010.

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