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Average Salary for H1B Visa and Green Card Jobs

LCA for H1B VisaLC for Green Card
2014$110,699$103,979
2013$105,173$107,289
2012$103,760$114,111
2011$103,490$102,374


This table reports the average proffered salary of labor condition applications for H-1B Visa and labor certifications for green card filed by Bank Of America N.A. between 2012 and 2014. If a range of proffered wage was used in application, we use the middle point in the range to calculate average salary.



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H1B Visa84,78385,08185,12185,11689,17391,11894,41496,527102,601102,893
Green Card85,34385,12084,16498,774-93,56195,65798,95397,00196,094
 Bank Of America N.A. Salary Chart



This page reports the average proffered salary of labor condition applications for H-1B Visa and labor certifications for green card filed by Bank Of America N.A. since 2001. All wages if reported in hour, week or month have been converted to annual salary.

The Immigration and Nationality Act requires that the hiring of a foreign worker will not adversely affect the wages and working conditions of U.S. workers comparably employed. To comply with the statute, the Department of Labor's regulations require that the wages offered to a foreign worker must be the prevailing wage rate for the occupational classification in the area of employment.

American employer, Bank Of America N.A., must attest that, it will pay no less than (a) the actual wage level paid to all other individuals at the work site with similar experience and qualifications, and (b) the prevailing wage for the occupational classification in the area of intended employment. The salary refers to guaranteed income, so the bonus and benefits does not count.


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