Pay raise on immigration status change?

Micro Focus Uimmigrant
Jun 8 12 Comments

Did you receive pay raise or promotion on immigration status change? Such as from H4 to H1, H1 to GC, GC to citizenship etc.? Do citizens have better chances of being offered higher pay than green card holders and visa holders when they switch jobs?
TC: 190k, YoE: 14

comments

Want to comment? LOG IN or SIGN UP
TOP 12 Comments
  • Google verysundar
    You don't. But for GC, you just have better bargaining power.
    Jun 8 4
    • Dell LUHV04
      How does GC help with negotiation ?
      Jun 8
    • Microsoft kebabs
      Duh. Until you've got a GC or held I-485 for 180 days and change companies with the same role, if you get fired, your out of status and have days to leave USA
      Jun 8
    • Google verysundar
      With GC, you can remain unemployed or spend time finding the job that you like/pays you well. On visa, you are constrained by time limits.
      Jun 8
    • Dell LUHV04
      Got it. Thank you.
      Jun 8
  • Lyft qwert17
    Illegal
    Jun 8 3
    • Micro Focus Uimmigrant
      OP
      Trying to understand if the employer will consider immigration expenses into TC calculation.
      Jun 8
    • Apple / Eng gtUh6$
      That’s weird. Your employer is not running this for you?? Your paying for the app?
      Jun 8
    • Facebook / Eng
      deepanalys

      Facebook Eng

      PRE
      Facebook
      deepanalysmore
      My pay increased significantly. Previous employer.
      Jun 9
  • Navy Federal Credit Union / Eng danda
    citizens don’t have better chances of getting higher pay, they do have better chances of getting paid less because GC/H1/H4 employees will accept lower offers due poor bargaining position. this results in everyone getting paid less and companies and executives getting richer.
    Jun 8 1
    • Intel / Eng mr_pleb
      Why do GC holders have poorer bargaining power than a citizen ?
      Jun 9
  • Capital One IukP56
    Nope . Everyone gets same pay depends upon how’s your interview goes and other offer for negotiations
    Jun 8 0