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H1B Visa Jobs Database is a product of research of a specialized professional team. We have collected important information from various sources in order to identify almost all US employers/sponsors that hire H1B Visa workers every year. It contains data on over 1750 employers, most of them being large corporations from Fortune Top 500. Our goal is to help international jobseekers in their search for a job in USA and to link US employers with qualified international applicants.  

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H1B is a skilled worker visa.
The program allows international workers to be employed in specialty occupations, remain in the U.S. by legally working for three years, and can be renewed once for a total of six years. It is commonly used for a ground on Green Card applications.
An impressive part of US businesses from small companies to large corporations face labor shortages and use as a solution hiring of international workers through H1B visa program. Entire paperwork processing takes 4-5 months
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Current H-1B Visa Numerical Cap
The annual cap includes 65,000 general H-1B visas and 20,000 H-1B visa exemptions for foreign-born students who received advanced degrees from U.S. schools and universities. There are several bills pending that request increasing the number of H-1B visas.
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