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TOP 10 Employers With Highest Number Of H-1B Visa Permissions

 

The Ernst and Young has emerged as the Top employer to have obtained the H-1B visa certification with over 151,164 H-1B specialty occupation labour certifications.

TOP 10 Employers With Highest Number Of H-1B Visa Permissions
TOP 10 Employers With highest number Of H-1B Visa Permissions

According to recent data released by the United States Department of Labour, London-based multi-national professional services organisation Ernst and Young has emerged as the top employer to have obtained the H-1B visa certification with over 151,164 H-1B specialty occupation labour certifications.

The Deloitte Consulting (69,869), Cognizant technology Corp (47,732), HCL America (42,820), and K Force Inc (32,996) came at 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th positions respectively.

Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) is the only Indian company among the top 10 companies to get foreign labour certification for H-1B visas for the year 2018. The company received 20,755 H-1B specialty occupation labour certifications.

Here’s a list of top 10 companies with highest number of H1-B Visa Approvals

Rank Employer Number of H-1B Speciality Occupation Labour Certifications
10 Capgemini America 13,517
9 Mphasis Corporation 16,671
8 Qualcomm Technologies 20,723
7 Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) 20,755
6 Apple 26,833
5 K Force Inc. 32,996
4 HCL America 42,820
3 Cognizant Technology Corp 47,732
2 Deloitte Consulting 69,869
1 Ernest and Young 151,164

Top 10 list of companies with highest number of H1-B Visa Approvals:

1.Ernest and Young; 2. Deloitte Consulting; 3. Cognizant Technology Corp; 4. HCL America; 5. K Force Inc; 6. Apple; 7. TCS; 8. Qualcomm Technologies; 9. Mphasis Corporation; 10. Capgemini America.

An H-1B visa permits an aspirant to enter the United States to temporarily work at an employer in a specialty occupation.

A person in H-1B status must continue to be employed by their employer in order to stay in H-1B status.

If the person’s employment ends for any reason, the person must leave the United States, unless the person applies for and is granted a change of status or finds another employer compatible with the H-1B status.