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  From the January 2016 Issue of Prestwood eMag
 
AmericanIT American I.T. workforce:
Employer Must Have an LCA
 
Posted 15 years ago on 6/30/2007
Take Away: If you are on a H-1B Visa, and you are moving to a new work location in a different state, make sure your new employer has got an LCA for you, to work in the new location.
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If you are on a H-1B Visa, and you are moving to a new work location in a different state, then make sure that your employer has got a LCA for you, to work in the new location.

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Well, I can‘t say much about LCA, as I didn‘t need it while shifting my work location from a storage company. Actually, I was working as a Manager in that company based in the UK, then I got hired by a top-notch company based in the USA. So shifting from the UK to the USA, I don‘t need any LCA. 

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Do you mean Life cycle assessment or LCA (also known as life cycle analysis) is a methodology for a relevant cycle environmental impacts associated with all the stages of the life cycle product, process, service, environmental impacts associated with all the stages of the life cycle product, process, service, and commercial impacts. For instance, in the case of a manufactured product, environmental impacts are assessed from raw material extraction and processing (cradle), through the product‘s manufacture, distribution and use, to the recycling or final disposal of the materials composing it (grave) trap the cat .

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