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 AND FILE
 WITH THE AUTHORITY
 
    ADDITIONAL MATERIALS (IN THIS CASE, A STATEMENT OF SERVICE OF YOUR
 PETITION FOR REVIEW UPON
 
    THE AGENCY HEAD, MADE IN CONFORMANCE WITH SECTION 2411.46(D) OF THE
 CITED RULES) IN COMPLIANCE
 
    W