American Federation of Government Employees, AFL-CIO, National Immigration and Naturalization Service Council and U.S. Department of Justice, Immigration and Naturalization Service

 



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The decision of the Authority follows:


 1 FLRA No. 56
                                            JUNE 14, 1979
 
 MR. RONALD D. KING, DIRECTOR
 CONTRACT AND APPEALS DIVISION
 AMERICAN FEDERATION OF GOVERNMENT
 EMPLOYEES, AFL-CIO
 1325 MASSACHUSETTS AVENUE, N.W.
 WASHINGTON, D.C.  20005
 
                 RE:  AMERICAN FEDERATION OF GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES,
                      AFL-CIO, NATIONAL IMMIGRATION AND NATURALIZA-
                      TION SERVICE COUNCIL AND U.S. DEPARTMENT OF
                      JUSTICE, IMMIGRATION AND NATURALIZATION
                      SERVICE, Case No. 0-NG-52
 
 DEAR MR. KING:
 
    BY AUTHORITY LETTER OF MAY 16, 1979, YOU WERE ADVISED THAT
 PRELIMINARY EXAMINATION OF YOUR PETITION FOR REVIEW IN THE
 ABOVE-ENTITLED CASE DISCLOSED A NUMBER OF APPARENT DEFICIENCIES IN
 MEETING CERTAIN REQUIREMENTS OF THE FEDERAL SERVICE LABOR-MANAGEMENT
 RELATIONS STATUTE (A COPY OF WHICH WAS ENCLOSED FOR YOUR INFORMATION).
 THE PERTINENT SECTION OF THE STATUTE WAS SECTION 7117(C)(2)(B).
 
    YOU WERE ALSO ADVISED IN THE AUTHORITY'S LETTER:
 
    FURTHER PROCESSING OF YOUR APPEAL IS CONTINGENT UPON YOUR COMPLIANCE
 WITH THE
 
    ABOVE-DESIGNATED PROVISION OF THE STATUTE.  ACCORDINGLY, YOU ARE
 HEREBY GRANTED UNTIL THE
 
    CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON JUNE 1, 1979, TO TAKE NECESSARY ACTION AN