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Thread: How much is the minimum salary requirement to file H1B ?

  1. #11
    no idea...

  2. #12
    55k$ it is minimum sal for H1B...





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  3. #13
    You have to be on that minimum salary from the start date of your H1-B. An accountant in New York, New York is going to require a greater starting salary than a market research analyst for example. An accountant who is renewing her H-1B may require a greater salary than someone who is obtaining their first H-1B because they have more experience.

  4. #14
    Hi there, I don't know exact price.

  5. #15
    The law


    https://www.doleta.gov/regions/reg05...s/eta-9035.pdf

    7(e) Prevailing Wage Rate and its Source

    INSTRUCTIONS FOR COMPLETING ETA 9035 - LABOR CONDITON
    APPLICATION FOR H-1B NONIMMIGRANTS

    Item 7(e). Prevailing Wage Rate and its Source. Enter the
    prevailing wage rate in terms of the amount per hour, week,
    year, etc. If the employer is replying on a wage determination
    obtained from a State Employment Security Agency, check the
    box marked "SESA." If the employer is using another source,
    check the "Other" box and specify such other source: i.e.,
    published wage survey, or other source utilized by the employer
    to determine the prevailing wage for the occupational
    classification in which H-1B nonimmigrants will be employed,
    e.g., "collective bargaining agreement," or "Bureau of Labor
    Statistics Occupational Compensation Survey, Denver, Colorado,
    Metropolitan Area."

    8 (a) H-1B nonimmigrants will be paid at least the actual wage level paid by the employer to all other individuals with similar experience and
    qualifications for the specific employment in question or the prevailing wage level for the occupation in the area of employment,
    whichever is higher
    INSTRUCTIONS FOR COMPLETING ETA 9035 - LABOR CONDITON
    APPLICATION FOR H-1B NONIMMIGRANTS

    Item 8(a). The employer must attest that H-1B nonimmigrants
    will be paid wages which are at least the higher of the actual
    wage level paid by the employer to all other individuals with
    similar experience and qualifications for the specific employment
    in question or the prevailing wage level for the occupational
    classification in the area of intended employment.

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  8. #18
    For nonimmigrants the min salary is not a fixed rate and it does not DOE. Your min salary is determined by the company. Remember what they are doing for you, they are changing your life. Your min salary depends on your personality and respect. If you be to serious they aint going to like you and if you be too elastic, they aren't going to respect you. So let your min salary be what you currently researched and give the employer your references AND also tell them that you understand that I am a nonimmigrant and willing to take a pay cut in order to work for your company in the long run (i.e. sponsorship.) Yall should be paying me for this advice man

  9. #19
    The problem is that the majority of EADS are from Indians and that is why they are being targeted by USCIS. What about the other international countries. And don't be fooled, the government will state that is is doing this to reduce h1bs to "foreign countries". What he really means is that he is doing it to those Indian consulting companies who don't HIRE AMERICANS. That is the reason why so much sanctions are occurring. Those DESI COMPANIES only hiring INDIANS like this is INDIA and like AMERICA has a CASTE system. Geeeezzz Just hire AMERICANS or USCIS will shut you down.

  10. #20
    There is no specific salary requirement to file H1B visa. It is based on the position you're employed and the geographic location you're working. The U.S. Department of Labor maintains a database with applicable current prevailing wage levels based on occupation and work location. You can view the wage database and estimate the prevailing wage suitable for your position on government sites.

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