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Law360, New York (December 4, 2015, 9:20 PM ET) — A U.S. Department of Labor judge on Thursday reversed a temporary labor certification denial for a nanny position sought by a man whose wife had died in childbirth, finding that his wife’s sudden passing and the departure of his other nanny had created an emergency situation.
Administrative Law Judge Larry W. Price ruled in favor of Brian Kessen, a father seeking a temporary labor certification for a full-time nanny job through the H-2B visa program. The judge found that the certifying officer had abused her discretion…