New York City Department of Education has filed 336 labor condition applications for H1B visa and 1304 labor certifications for green card since 2001. During fiscal year 2011-2012, it filed 417 labor petitions. New York City Department of Education was ranked 189 among all visa sponsors. Please contact Elino Lingas, attorney, or others
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|Year||Status||LCA for H1B Visa||LC for Green Card|
|2013||update daily||click to search||click to search |
|2012|| Filed: ||165||23|
|Average Salary: ||$46,495||$45,989|
|Average Salary: ||$47,732||$55,979|
|2001 - 2012 ||Filed: ||336||1304|
|Top Visa Jobs:||Mathematics Teacher; Physical Education Teacher; Biology Teacher; English Teacher; Art Teacher; Childhood Education Teacher; Music Teacher; English as a Second Language Teacher; Students With Disabilities Teacher; Literacy Teacher; Science Teacher; Chemistry Teacher; Social Studies Teacher; Foreign Language Teacher; Special Education Teacher; Elementary Teacher more visa jobs|
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Note: Before New York City Department of Education can hire foreign workers permanently or temporarily, it must file labor certifications with the Department of Labor(DOL), demonstrating that it is paying the required wage for the positions in the geographic region where the jobs are located. Above table reports Labor Condition Application(LCA) for H1B visa and Labor Certification(LC) for green card filed by New York City Department of Education. The data only indicates the number of applications filed by New York City Department of Education. It does not mean that New York City Department of Education actually got the visa and hired the workers.
Our LCA data includes LCA submitted for not only new employment, but also continuation or change in previously approved employment, new concurrent employment, change in employer and amended petition. Usually, only LCA for new employment needs H1B Visa quota if it is not cap-exempt.
New York City Department of Education has applied for 1,640 LC and LCA since 2001. But this does not mean they really hired 1,640 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).