You should list both LCAs, the prevailing or actual wage for each and explain in detail. But this question should be posed to your employer and or its immigration lawyer(s) who prepared, filed and caused the certification of each LCA in question.
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Depends on the number of hours you want in NY v. IL. Why don't you ask the employer's attorney this question.
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This requires a closer examination of the LCA AND theI-129 ... it sounds like your employer may owe you money.
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