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  1. Hi everyone, My H1B maxes out in 05/2021. My employer initiated the GC process, (PWD received in 02/2020) but they are not able to proceed with PERM filing because they say Notice of Filing (NOF) needs to be posted in a physical site for at least 10 days with visibility to non-essential workers. Because the work site is locked down & not open to non-essential employees and USCIS hasn't provided any directives around this, they can't proceed with the NOF step. Has anyone been in similar situations? 1. Does anyone know if it is mandatory that the NOF is posted in a site that's not locked down? This is the reason given by the employer's lawyers for not being able to proceed past the NOF. Seeing similar arguments online (https://www.mondaq.com/unitedstates/general-immigration/951948/tough-luck-for-perm-labor-certification-based-green-card-sponsors-during-the-covid-19-pandemic) but curious if anyone has been able to proceed 2. Does the NOF have to be posted only in the site that my original application for prevailing wage determination would have specified. The company has several sites within a 50 mile radius. Assuming one of these sites open up soon, can my employer post them there even if it is not the one mentioned originally in my application 3. Given the 180 day rule and the fact that delays to PERM filing will make it impossible to get an approved I-140 in time, are there any other alternatives that others have worked out to go through the GC process to fix a situation like this to still enable 7th year extension?