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anyone knows prevailing wage for e3 visa?

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hi,everyone,I want to apply for a e3 visa,the manager from the clinic is saying she can fill out LCA form for me as long as i tell her the prevailing wage.I was wondering to get a e3 visa,the jobs i applied need entry level equal or more than bachelor.so I cant just do normal RN job and getting 31 per hour and entry level nurse....(level 2 nurse is around 35 dollars per hour,and level 3 is 40)

so how much should I ask for at least?and i ve got 3 years experience.and going to be the in charge of other 3 technician.However,they wont put me on that title cs the level of the supervisory positon is level 3 and need around 40 dollars per hour...and I need that title to get e3 visa even not for money...

they didnt put that supervisory title for other 2 nurses who applied h1b,then they got denied bcs of that,I dont want this happen to myshelf since the job requirement is similar....

hi,everyone,I want to apply for a e3 visa,the manager from the clinic is saying she can fill out LCA form for me as long as i tell her the prevailing wage.I was wondering to get a e3 visa,the jobs i applied need entry level equal or more than bachelor.so I cant just do normal RN job and getting 31 per hour and entry level nurse....(level 2 nurse is around 35 dollars per hour,and level 3 is 40)

so how much should I ask for at least?and i ve got 3 years experience.and going to be the in charge of other 3 technician.However,they wont put me on that title cs the level of the supervisory positon is level 3 and need around 40 dollars per hour...and I need that title to get e3 visa even not for money...

they didnt put that supervisory title for other 2 nurses who applied h1b,then they got denied bcs of that,I dont want this happen to myshelf since the job requirement is similar....

The prevailing rate/wage/salary is the "market" rate for a nurse in the same position. It is not something you or her can decide but what the "market" is paying for a nurse of your experience/background, In other words, "industry standard".

You do not need to have a fancy title for the E-3. You are a nurse with a university education from Australia - that's enough!

ceridwyn

Has 25 years experience.

Do not think poster holds Australian degree..

i have bachelor of nursing from Australia,which is not enough....

What I ve found from previous post regarding e3 is:only a registered nurse is not qualified as applicant for e3,we need a supervisory title....to make the entry level of RN job to bachelor degree instead of usa 2 years certificate....

Silverdragon102, BSN

Specializes in Medical and general practice now LTC. Has 32 years experience.

Are you looking at the US to work? My understanding is prevailing wages is the wage for that state/area and they should know the current wage

(if you are looking at the US then this needs to be in the International forum)

yes,u a right.its about work in us..since I thought its more about using e3 visa(usa citizen they wouldn't have a clue),so I put it in au forum....

unfortunately,despite my 3 years working experence,they a still going to put me into entry level (level 1)since the pay is lower...

even i need to work with other technician and give all the meds in the clinics and work as an in charge....

:banghead:

i think no chance to get e3 by doing entry level nursing(and to be honest its not, i need to take responsibilty for other tecs),any usa 2 year certificaton nurse can do it....

Silverdragon102, BSN

Specializes in Medical and general practice now LTC. Has 32 years experience.

Moved to the International forum

ghillbert posts are the best ones to look for, they have gone through the E3 process and may be able to give you some guidance

thank u very much,i m almost collecting her post....hehe

i think sometimes its just hard when there is no one around u does the similar thing...

feel lonely and lost...:crying2: