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Passwords for some permanent labor certification accounts are no longer valid following a Labor Department system upgrade.
Users attempting to log into PERM accounts at www.plc.doleta.gov, and who have not previously required a password change, may receive an alert that the password is not valid. Passwords that have not been updated must be changed.
Background: The Labor Department completed an upgrade to the PERM system March 1. In addition to password login issues, the update modified the URL for the PERM system home page. The new URL is: https://www.plc.doleta.gov/eta_start.cfm?actiontype=home. Some users are also receiving incorrect alerts that they already have an active session. If users experience this message, they should select “Yes” to continue with their new session.
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