I have my ad text for my PERM case, what next?

On our website (https://www.myclassifiedads.net/laborcertification/) we have a user-friendly submission form, where you can drag and drop a word doc or any other relevant documents to the case. The submission form will allow you to select from various advertising options and has a notes section if you would like to be even more specific with your quote request.
If you prefer to speak with a representative directly rather than using our submission form, you could also email us
at: laborcert@myclassifiedads.net

How will you select the proper newspaper that will meet the US Department of Labor’s regulations?

Newspapers are determined by the location of the position being advertised. When selecting a newspaper to fulfill the Sunday requirement, we are certain that it is the paper of general circulation in the location of the job. If the job is in a rural location where Sunday newspapers are scarce, we will provide a quote for the newspaper with the widest circulation in the area.
For those locations that have multiple daily papers that meet DOL requirements (ie: Los Angeles with LA Times and LA Daily News) we can/will provide a quote for each paper and detail the circulation numbers so that FLG can make a decision.

Is there any way we can shorten this? Or make it more affordable?

We can assist with abbreviating ad text, which in most cases will help with bringing the cost down of the newspaper pricing.

How much is my advertising going to cost?

We have contracts with most daily and weekly newspapers throughout the states. This helps to ensure we are able to provide you with the most cost-effective rates possible; in most instances, this will be lower than what is extended to you. On occasion, depending on the newspaper representative you speak to, an extra discount might/could be extended for a local employer, in this case, we are always willing to negotiate the same rate with our contacts at any given newspaper.

How soon after my radio ad aires can I expect my radio documentation?

Most radio stations mail all documents at the end of each month, so if your radio aired at the beginning of the month, the documentation will not be available until the beginning of the following month.
We do provide an mp3 of the commercial, while we wait on the documents from the radio station.

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