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H1B Sponsors

H1B Sponsors

Every year, many employers in the U.S. sponsor H-1B visas for temporary foreign workers in the U.S. As a first step in the process, the employer files an LCA (Labor Condition Application) with the DOL (Department of Labor). This tool allows you to search for the employers that have filed LCAs in the past. There is no guarantee that they followed the entire H-1B visa process with the USCIS or that they will sponsor more H-1B visas in future.

Latest Employer Reviews

Before deciding to work for an employer that might sponsor your H-1B visa or greencard, it is important to check out their reviews first.

ACI INFOTECH INC
Its a Fraud company
FINACLE SOFT INC
Good Employer
FINACLE SOFT INC
FINACLE SOFT INC FRAUD COMPANY
ZENITH SERVICES INC
H1 Visa
STAID LOGIC LLC
"Great Company to work with"
NGA GROUP INC
Fraud employer

Getting an H1B Visa

An H-1B visa grants permission to temporarily work for a sponsoring employer. The H-1B visa is initially valid for three years and can be extended for another three years. In certain cases, it can be extended beyond six years. H-1B visas also allow the spouse and dependent children under the age of 21 years to accompany on H-4 visa.

H1B Visa Tools

Apart from searching for an employer that can sponsor H-1B visa or greencard, there are many useful tools to help you throughout your immigration journey in the U.S.

Experiences

Whether you are on an H1B visa or your employer has filed for your greencard, it is very useful to review the experiences of others that are in a situation similar to yours.

Greencard Sponsors

Search the database of employers that have sponsored Greencard in the past, including the job details.

Immigration Tracker

Track your various non-immigrant visas, green card and citizenship applications that are getting processed with government agencies.

Visa Bulletin Tracker

Graphically track movement of priority date for various employment based and family based categories.