Electric Power Research Institute has filed 38 labor condition applications for H1B visa and 13 labor certifications for green card since 2001. During fiscal year 2011-2012, it filed 10 labor petitions. Electric Power Research Institute was ranked 9073 among all visa sponsors. Please contact Phyllis Brown, Human Resources Manager, or others
for job opportunities and visa sponsorship policies.
|Year||Status||LCA for H1B Visa||LC for Green Card|
|2013||just released:||click to search||click to search |
|2012|| Filed: ||3||4|
|Average Salary: ||$112,484||$100,269|
|Average Salary: ||$117,175||-|
|2001 - 2012 ||Filed: ||38||13|
|Industry:||Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services; Utilities|
|Top Visa Jobs:||Project Manager; Project Manager Fossil Operations And Maintenance; Electrical Engineers, R & D; Electrical Engineers R & D; Economist (Project Manager); Mechanical Engineers R&D; Senior Project Manager more visa jobs|
Note: Above table reports Labor Condition Application(LCA) and Labor Certification(LC) filed by Electric Power Research Institute for H1B visa and green card. The data only indicates the number of applications filed by Electric Power Research Institute. It does not mean that Electric Power Research Institute actually got the visa and hired the workers.
Labor Condition Application(LCA) is different from Labor Certification(LC). LC is for employment based green card while LCA is for H1B visa. Our LCA data not only includes those filed for new H1B visa applications, but also those for H1B visa tranfers and renews.
Electric Power Research Institute has applied for 51 LC and LCA since 2001. But this does not mean they really hired 51 foreign workers during this period. The visa applications might have been denied. When an employee renews or transfers his H1B visa or change work location under some circumstances, he will also file a new LCA application. Department of Labor(DOL) typically certifies more than 3 times the number of foreign work requests than the number of H1B visas issued by USCIS. So there is no one to one relationship between the number of workers certified by the DOL and the number of H1B work visas issued by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS).