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Foreign Labor Certification (FLC) Program
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In order to best protect confidential and other important data, the ODJFS website will no longer support several outdated web browsers. Effective December 5, Internet Explorer 6 or older, Opera 4 or older and Netscape Navigator will no longer work on ODJFS sites that are https-enabled. Individuals can download the most recent version of Internet Explorer here and the most recent version of Opera here.

Our goal is to match U.S. workers with employers' recruitment needs. When workers are not able, willing, qualified, or available to fill these openings, the Foreign Labor Certification (FLC) program can be used to help the employer find qualified workers. 

The foreign labor certification process is the responsibility of the employer, not the employee; however, the employee can benefit from understanding these programs. The actual procedures depend on the nature of the visa being requested. Click on the links below for more information.

H-2A Temporary agricultural programH-2B Temporary non-agricultural program


For more information:
Ohio Foreign Labor Certification Program
Office of Workforce Development
P.O. Box 1618
Columbus, OH  43216-1618
Email: flc@jfs.ohio.gov

                                                                                                                  Last Updated: 12/28/2017