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EMPLOYERJOB TITLEBASE SALARYLOCATIONSUBMIT DATESTART DATECASE STATUS
PARK KIM & SUH LLCPATENT SPECIALIST27,360LOS ANGELES, CA03/17/201709/16/2017CERTIFIED
YOUNG BASILE HANLON & MACFARLANE PCPATENT SPECIALIST70,140TROY, MI03/10/201609/05/2016CERTIFIED
YOUNG BASILE HANLON & MACFARLANE PCPATENT SPECIALIST71,800TROY, MI03/03/201708/30/2017CERTIFIED
LADAS & PARRY LLPPATENT SPECIALIST37,315ALEXANDRIA, VA03/11/201409/09/2014CERTIFIED
LADAS & PARRY LLPPATENT SPECIALIST39,104ALEXANDRIA, VA03/16/201509/10/2015CERTIFIED
SINORICA LLCPATENT SPECIALIST50,000GERMANTOWN, MD02/25/201708/25/2017CERTIFIED
IPC INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY CONNECTIONS INCPATENT SPECIALIST56,000PALO ALTO, CA03/05/201509/04/2015CERTIFIED
MOTS LAW PLLCPATENT SPECIALIST64,000WASHINGTON, DC03/07/201709/06/2017CERTIFIED
MOTS LAW PLLCPATENT SPECIALIST64,000WASHINGTON, DC03/09/201609/06/2016CERTIFIED
ANDREWS KURTH LLPPATENT SPECIALIST67,161WASHINGTON, DC08/25/201510/01/2015CERTIFIED
NORTH STAR INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LAW PCPATENT SPECIALIST100,000WASHINGTON, DC03/10/201409/09/2014CERTIFIED
WEAVER AUSTIN VILLENEUVE & SAMPSON LLPPATENT SPECIALIST107,515OAKLAND, CA07/06/201509/01/2015CERTIFIED
SALIWANCHIK LLOYD AND EISENSCHENK PAPATENT SPECIALIST108,035GAINESVILLE, FL03/03/201509/01/2015CERTIFIED
TMI ASSOCIATES SILICON VALLEY OFFICEPATENT SPECIALIST116,000SUNNYVALE, CA03/18/201409/17/2014CERTIFIED
WEAVER AUSTIN VILLENEUVE & SAMPSON LLPPATENT SPECIALIST120,000OAKLAND, CA08/30/201602/09/2017CERTIFIED
MOTS LAW PLLCPATENT SPECIALIST120,000WASHINGTON, DC04/26/201506/27/2015CERTIFIED
MOTS LAW PLLCPATENT SPECIALIST130,000WASHINGTON, DC07/24/201608/01/2016CERTIFIED
WEAVER AUSTIN VILLENEUVE & SAMPSON LLPPATENT SPECIALIST130,000OAKLAND, CA06/10/201509/01/2015CERTIFIED

This website indexed Labor Condition Application ("LCA") 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.

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