UAE Branch


1st Floor, Al Shmookh Building, UAQ FTZ, P.O.Box 7073, United Arab Emirates.
P: +97158-8984275

Hyderabad Branch


Salarpuria Sattva Knowledge City Level 1, Unit 2 Sy. No. 83/1, Plot no.2 Inorbit Mall Road, Raidurg Village HITEC City, Hyderabad 500081
P: +91 91379 25505

Mumbai Branch


Level 7, B-wing, The Capital, G-Block, BKC, Bandra(E), Mumbai-400 050, India
P: +91-91379 15535 / +91-91379 25505

Chennai Branch


Prestige Palladium Bayan, Level 5 129-140 Greams Road Chennai 600006, India
P: +91 91379 25505

Pune Branch


Business Bay, Level 6, Wing 1, Tower A Survey No.103, Hissa No.2, Airport Road Yerwada, Pune 411006, India
P: +91-91379 15535 / +91-91379 25505

Bangalore Branch


UB City, Level 11 24 Vittal Mallya Road Bangalore 560001, India
P: +91 91379 25505

Gurgaon Branch


One Horizon Center, Level 18 Golf Course Road DLF Phase V, Sector 43 Gurgaon 122002, India
P: +91 91379 15535

H-1B visa: These countries got the most approvals


The US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) recently released a report ‘Characteristics of H-1B Specialty Occupation Workers’ where it reveals statistics related to H-1B visas including the total number of H-1B petitions filed, the number of petitions approved in fiscal year (FY) 2016 and FY 2017, the median salary of beneficiaries and more.The report also shows the distribution of beneficiaries by country of birth. Of the H-1B petitions approved in FY 2017, 75.6% reported that the beneficiary was born in India. The second most prevalent country of birth of H-1B beneficiaries was the People’s Republic of China, representing 9.4% of all beneficiaries. The number of beneficiaries from India approved for initial employment decreased by 4.1% in FY 2017, while the number of beneficiaries approved for continuing employment increased by 12.5% in FY 2017.Here’s over to the number of H-1B petitions approved by country of birth of beneficiary during the fiscal year 2016 and 2017.

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