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EMPLOYERJOB TITLEBASE SALARYLOCATIONSUBMIT DATESTART DATECASE STATUS
KBR INCTECHNICAL PROFESSIONAL - PROCESS76,173HOUSTON, TX03/13/201309/01/2013CERTIFIED
KBR INCTECHNICAL PROFESSIONAL - PROCESS76,481HOUSTON, TX04/27/201504/27/2015CERTIFIED
KBR INCTECHNICAL PROFESSIONAL - PROCESS80,400HOUSTON, TX10/11/201210/18/2012CERTIFIED
KBR INCTECHNICAL PROFESSIONAL - PROCESS81,120HOUSTON, TX05/23/201410/01/2014CERTIFIED
KBR INCTECHNICAL PROFESSIONAL - PROCESS84,137HOUSTON, TX02/16/201608/12/2016CERTIFIED
KBR INCTECHNICAL PROFESSIONAL - PROCESS84,666HOUSTON, TX08/07/201308/20/2013CERTIFIED
KBR INCTECHNICAL PROFESSIONAL - PROCESS85,904HOUSTON, TX04/11/201609/10/2016WITHDRAWN
KBR INCTECHNICAL PROFESSIONAL - PROCESS86,000HOUSTON, TX06/23/201510/18/2015CERTIFIED
KBR INCTECHNICAL PROFESSIONAL - PROCESS87,000HOUSTON, TX03/27/201409/26/2014CERTIFIED
KBR INCTECHNICAL PROFESSIONAL - PROCESS87,567HOUSTON, TX06/16/201408/23/2014CERTIFIED
KBR INCTECHNICAL PROFESSIONAL - PROCESS90,000HOUSTON, TX12/28/201201/07/2013CERTIFIED
KBR INCTECHNICAL PROFESSIONAL - PROCESS90,000HOUSTON, TX01/10/201301/21/2013CERTIFIED
KBR INCTECHNICAL PROFESSIONAL - PROCESS90,000HOUSTON, TX02/13/201303/04/2013CERTIFIED
KBR INCTECHNICAL PROFESSIONAL - PROCESS92,000HOUSTON, TX04/07/201404/14/2014CERTIFIED
KBR INCTECHNICAL PROFESSIONAL - PROCESS95,481HOUSTON, TX09/28/201503/04/2016CERTIFIED
KBR INCTECHNICAL PROFESSIONAL - PROCESS100,295HOUSTON, TX12/04/201512/16/2015CERTIFIED
KBR INCTECHNICAL PROFESSIONAL - PROCESS100,295HOUSTON, TX11/20/201312/16/2013CERTIFIED
KBR INCTECHNICAL PROFESSIONAL - PROCESS104,000HOUSTON, TX10/14/201610/26/2016CERTIFIED
KBR INCTECHNICAL PROFESSIONAL - PROCESS104,000HOUSTON, TX01/18/201301/25/2013CERTIFIED

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Prior to filing the H-1B petition with the USCIS, an employer must file a LCA with the Department of Labor.
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DOL disclosure data does not indicate the employer's intended use for the LCA.

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