Form NLRB601 "Withdrawal Request"

What Is Form NLRB601?

This is a legal form that was released by the U.S. National Labor Relations Board on July 1, 1957 and used country-wide. As of today, no separate filing guidelines for the form are provided by the issuing department.

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  • Released on July 1, 1957;
  • The latest available edition released by the U.S. National Labor Relations Board;
  • Easy to use and ready to print;
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PLEASE REVIEW THE FOLLOWING
IMPORTANT INFORMATION
BEFORE FILLING OUT A WITHDRAWAL REQUEST
• Please call the Board Agent to whom your pending petition or charge is assigned for
assistance in filing a withdrawal request. The Board Agent will be happy to answer
your questions about the withdrawal request form or to draft the withdrawal request
form on your behalf. Seeking assistance from the Board Agent to whom your charge
or petition is assigned may help you to avoid having the processing of your
withdrawal request delayed or having your charge or petition dismissed because of
mistakes made in completing the form.
• Please enter the complete case name(s) and assigned case number(s) of the charge(s)
or petition(s) for which the withdrawal request is being submitted.
• After completing the withdrawal request form, be sure to sign and date the
withdrawal request and mail, fax or hand deliver the completed form to the
appropriate Regional Office.
• A withdrawal of the charge or petition is not automatic upon the filing of the form.
The Regional Director must approve the withdrawal request. Generally, you should
orally inform the Board Agent to whom your case is assigned that you intend to file
such a request and the date you will send it to the Regional Office. If a withdrawal
request is not received within the time period communicated to the Board Agent to
whom your charge or petition is assigned, the Board Agent may recommend that the
charge be dismissed.
PLEASE REVIEW THE FOLLOWING
IMPORTANT INFORMATION
BEFORE FILLING OUT A WITHDRAWAL REQUEST
• Please call the Board Agent to whom your pending petition or charge is assigned for
assistance in filing a withdrawal request. The Board Agent will be happy to answer
your questions about the withdrawal request form or to draft the withdrawal request
form on your behalf. Seeking assistance from the Board Agent to whom your charge
or petition is assigned may help you to avoid having the processing of your
withdrawal request delayed or having your charge or petition dismissed because of
mistakes made in completing the form.
• Please enter the complete case name(s) and assigned case number(s) of the charge(s)
or petition(s) for which the withdrawal request is being submitted.
• After completing the withdrawal request form, be sure to sign and date the
withdrawal request and mail, fax or hand deliver the completed form to the
appropriate Regional Office.
• A withdrawal of the charge or petition is not automatic upon the filing of the form.
The Regional Director must approve the withdrawal request. Generally, you should
orally inform the Board Agent to whom your case is assigned that you intend to file
such a request and the date you will send it to the Regional Office. If a withdrawal
request is not received within the time period communicated to the Board Agent to
whom your charge or petition is assigned, the Board Agent may recommend that the
charge be dismissed.
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