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U.S.

Department of Labor Board of Alien Labor Certification Appeals


800 K Street, NW
Washington, D.C. 20001-8002

Date: OCT 28 1993

IN THE MATTERS OF:

VITO VOLPE LANDSCAPING


Employer

on behalf of

PLUTARCO GERARDO IRIAS-ESGOTO 91-INA-300


ARMANDO IRIAS-ESCOTO 91-INA-301
Aliens

AND

HECKSCHER LANDSCAPING, INC.


Employer

on behalf of

JOSE MODESTO MEJA-AMAYA 91-INA-349


Alien

AND

EMERALD GARDENS LANDSCAPING, INC.


Employer

on behalf of

JOSE AMBROSIO MARTINEZ 92-INA-170


Alien

AND

ALAMO LANDSCAPING, INC.


Employer

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on behalf of

OSCAR FRANCISCO RIVERA-MARTINEZ 91-INA-339


LUIS HUMBERTO ROMERO-MAJANO 91-INA-323
CARLOS LUIS RIVERA-MARTINEZ 92-INA-11
Aliens

BEFORE: Brenner, Clarke, Glennon, Groner,


Guill, Huddleston, and Litt
Administrative Law Judges

ORDER OF DISMISSAL

On June 3, 1993, the Board of Alien Labor Certification Appeals ("Board") issued an Notice
and Order indicating that it would review, en banc, the above-styled cases. The Board ordered each
Employer, within twenty days of the date of service of that Notice and Order, to file a statement of
intent to proceed on behalf of the Alien. Employers were notified at that time that the failure to file such
a statement would result in a dismissal of its appeal.

Employer, Heckscher Landscaping, did not file a notice of intent to proceed as directed.
Therefore, on September 10, 1993, the Board issued an Order to Show Cause why Employer's appeal
should not be dismissed. No response had been received. Accordingly,

IT IS ORDERED that Heckscher Landsaping, Inc.'s appeal is hereby DISMISSED.

At Washington, D.C. Entered at the direction


of the Board by:

Todd R. Smyth
Secretary to the Board of
Alien Labor Certification
Appeals

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