PERM Recruitment Classified Advertising The New York Times
If you are filing a PERM Labor Certification or H1B case, and need to run classified job ads in the The New York Times, our firm can help.
With over 10 years of experience, we can assist with qualification, pricing, proofing and scheduled placement of ads per the immigration attorney’s case design, and the employer’s needs.
Immigration-related advertising can be complicated, but we simplify the process for our customers, and offer hard copy tear or electronic tear sheets for the attorney’s use on filing the 9089.
Our firm has direct contact with the ad reps at The New York Times, and due to our status as an immigration advertising agency, we get a discount on pricing that we can pass to our customers.
Our direct association with The New York Times also assures we can get your ad in on time, and on budget.
PERM Advertising: The New York Times
Owner: The New York Times
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Often immigration ads require some editing for compliance purposes, but you also need to save money. That’s our forte.
Low cost ads, in compliance with PERM Labor Certification rules.
You need to always specify job duties, educational requirements, experience requirements, the job location, and be specific about whom to contact to apply for the job.
The ad text doesn’t need to be miles long, and it should not be in full sentence form.
It’s OK to abbreviate. Just one of the many services we offer to PERM immigration law firms and employers.
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