Research 2018-06-05T01:34:47+00:00

2017 H1B LCA Wage Level RFE

There are numerous qualifications that must be met in to avoid receiving an H1B LCA Wage Level RFE.  These are the four major components necessary: The H1B employee’s wages must correspond with the guidelines outlined in the US Department of Labor’s Occupational Outlook Handbook. The H1B employee’s wages must be in the same range as other US companies of approximately the same size. The H1B employee’s wages must be compatible in comparison with the same job within the industry. The H1B employee’s wages must correspond with current wage levels for the same job in their geographical location. One wage level issue that proved to be prominent last year was due to CIS judging that the wage level assigned by the employer was not in compliance to meet H1B requirements.  In many of these cases, CIS declared the wage level too low for the level of [...]

June 12th, 2018|Tags: , , , |

Proving – H1B Specialty Occupation RFEs

One of the most common RFEs received each year is the Specialty Occupation RFE.  Last year was no different except for the monumental number of them dealing with wage level issues.  The most concerning pertained to Business analysts and computer systems analysts making level 1 wages.  This issue exists across the board and affects all fields of H1B employment. For a job to quality for H1B status, there must be a minimum requirement of a US bachelor’s degree or its equivalent to gain employment.  CIS uses the US Department of Labor’s Occupational Outlook Handbook to determine if a job meets this requirement.  This handbook is used to determine the general industry requirements for the job in question at that wage level. Below is a list of common problems that could result in a specialty occupation RFE being issued: Misleading Wage Level - Due to the [...]

June 12th, 2018|Tags: , , |

Graduation’s Over – On Your Mark, Get Set, Go!

You did it!  You were determined and diligent, and now you are a new graduate with a degree.  Now what? Now it’s time to leave the world of higher learning and enter the world of higher earning.  Right?  Maybe. The decisions you make in the next few months can make the difference between a career and a job.  There is a difference; a job is something you do to pay the bills, a place you dread going to and look forward to leaving each day.  If you have a job, you will be thankful but probably not fulfilled.  A career is something that feeds your passion, gives you financial security and even though it may be stressful, leaves you eager for what comes next.  If you have a career, you will be thankful and fulfilled with a future filled with promise. The experts at Eagle [...]

June 12th, 2018|

Obtaining that dream job

As an applicate in today’s job market, you need to be prepared to answer two questions according to your situation. 1. Does your education qualify you for the position? 2. Do you have the technical skills to perform the duties that your LCA approved job title and classification require? In today’s competitive marketplace a simple yes is not a sufficient answer. When the interviewer inquires why you believe you qualify, they want you to explain precisely how your skills and experience match the job description specifications. This is not a time to be vague and unprepared; you’re answer should be well thought out, specific and concise. Your answer will accomplish two things for the interviewer: 1. Allow the interviewer to gauge how well your skills and experience match the needs of the position. 2. Give a clear picture of how you perceive the available position. [...]

June 4th, 2018|

Experience – Services

  • Business System Analyst

    The position of Business Systems Analyst has always been Dr. Sullivan’s first love in her long career in the IT industry. She began working as a Business Systems Analyst in 1993 and was immediately drawn to the challenge presented by this position. As a Business… Read more…

  • Computer Systems Analyst

    Dr. Sullivan began working as a Computer Systems Analyst in 1990. During the last 17 years, her ability to research a company’s needs and to make the appropriate recommendations for moving forward has reached a high level of expertise. Dr. Sullivan’s meticulous method of examining… Read more…

  • Database Specialist

    In her position of Database Administrator and Database Analyst, Dr. Sullivan uses her knowledge and substantial experience in IT to protect the integrity of each company’s data. Part of her responsibilities includes making the needed data available to the client and the employees. An understanding… Read more…

  • Software Architect

    Dr. Sullivan’s natural inclination toward both the technical and the mechanical workings of computer systems are assets that have served her well since 2008 in her position as Software Architect. Her technical nature partnered with years of study and hands-on experience has allowed her to… Read more…

  • IT Auditor

    In her position of IT Auditor, Dr. Sullivan creates a solid information technology infrastructure while collaborating with clients to devise and implement policies and procedures to ensure network security. Due to the rapidly changing world of IT, keeping her technological skills current is a prime… Read more…

Quality Information Systems (web or software applications) are the backbone of most business operations today (whether client-facing or internal), yet, according to Research studies “one-third of business stakeholders are dissatisfied with the quality of their current information systems.”

A poorly integrated and tested information system severely effects on an organization’s clients, sales, partnerships, employees and financial bottom line.

Security, cloud computing, virtualization, service-oriented architectures, mobile deployments, and ever-changing compliance requirements all strain the performance of information systems and the abilities of IT department or team.