I was recently offered a job for a companyAnd l’m in the process to negotiate my compensation is there a salary to get sponsored by the companies in future as now I have a valide EAD based on a pending asylum case.
Yes, the company has to pay you at least the prevailing wage.
My answer is for informational purposes only and not for the purpose of providing legal advice. You should contact your attorney to obtain advice with respect to any particular issue or problem.
Yes, it's called prevailing wage, that is the hourly wage, usual benefits and overtime, paid to the majority of workers, laborers, and mechanics within a particular area (according to the Dept. of Labor). Depending on how you came to the U.S. or whether you have maintained non-immigrant status even after filing I-589 (and other factors), you may or may not complete the EB-based green card process in the U.S.
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In addition to the information in the previous responses, note that in the event your employer may contemplate sponsoring you in the EB1 visa category (such as for an outstanding researcher), the employer would not be required to use the Labor Certification process and would not need to offer a salary at a specified level.
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