|EMPLOYER||JOB TITLE||BASE SALARY||LOCATION||SUBMIT DATE||START DATE||CASE STATUS|
|IBASIS INC||SOFTWARE ENGINEER||80,000||BURLINGTON, MA||02/20/2014||08/21/2014||CERTIFIED|
|IBASIS INC||SOFTWARE ENGINEER||81,725||BURLINGTON, MA||10/04/2012||01/01/2013||WITHDRAWN|
|IBASIS INC||SOFTWARE ENGINEER||81,725||BURLINGTON, MA||10/04/2012||12/12/2012||CERTIFIED|
|IBASIS INC||SOFTWARE ENGINEER||81,900||LEXINGTON, MA||03/07/2016||09/02/2016||CERTIFIED|
|IBASIS INC||SOFTWARE ENGINEER||84,000||BURLINGTON, MA||01/12/2015||03/19/2015||CERTIFIED|
|IBASIS INC||SOFTWARE ENGINEER||89,000||LEXINGTON, MA||08/04/2015||10/01/2015||CERTIFIED|
|IBASIS INC||SOFTWARE ENGINEER||99,900||BURLINGTON, MA||03/17/2013||06/23/2013||CERTIFIED|
This website indexed Labor Condition
disclosure data from UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF LABOR.
Prior to filing the H-1B petition with the USCIS, an employer must file a LCA with the Department of Labor.
A Labor Condition Application ("LCA") is used by employers as supporting evidence for the petition for an H-1B visa.
DOL disclosure data does not indicate the employer's intended use for the LCA.