The "prevailing wage" for each and every job there is for either H-1B or PERM green card purposes is dictated by the US Dept. Of Labor (DOL) for every metropolitan area in the nation. Research the DOL site and google their wage libraries.
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Aha. Google it. You can also read the instructions on the LCA website. The information is there as well.
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Go to this website to find salary information for your particular geographic area. I suggest you will hire an attorney, the H-1B process is very complicated. http://www.flcdatacenter.com/oeswizardstart.aspx.
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It sounds like a roundabout way to bootstrap an illegible applicant for an H1B.
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