Do you know how US companies that sponsor H1B visas?

U.S. companies can sponsor H-1B visas for foreign workers through the following process:

Job Offer: The first step is for the U.S. company to extend a job offer to a foreign worker. The offer should be for a position that qualifies as a specialty occupation, meaning it requires specialized knowledge and a minimum educational requirement of at least a bachelor’s degree or its equivalent.

Labor Condition Application (LCA): Once the job offer is accepted, the U.S. employer must file an LCA with the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL). The LCA includes details about the job position, prevailing wage determination, and attestations that the employer will comply with labor laws and provide appropriate working conditions.

Form I-129 Petition: After the LCA is certified by the DOL, the U.S. employer files a Form I-129 Petition for a Nonimmigrant Worker with the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). This petition includes information about the employer, the foreign worker, and the job offer.

Supporting Documentation: The U.S. employer must provide supporting documentation along with the Form I-129 petition. This may include the employment offer letter, proof of the foreign worker’s qualifications (such as educational degrees, certifications, or experience), and any necessary additional evidence to demonstrate the specialized nature of the job.

USCIS Processing and Approval: The USCIS reviews the Form I-129 petition and supporting documents. If the petition is approved, the USCIS issues an approval notice, known as the Notice of Approval or I-797. This notice indicates that the H-1B petition has been approved, and the foreign worker can proceed with the visa application process.

Consular Processing or Change of Status: If the foreign worker is outside the United States at the time of approval, they must go through consular processing at a U.S. embassy or consulate to obtain the H-1B visa stamp in their passport. If the worker is already in the United States in a different nonimmigrant status, they may apply for a change of status to H-1B without leaving the country.

H-1B Visa Issuance: Once the foreign worker has obtained the H-1B visa or change of status approval, they can legally work for the sponsoring U.S. employer in the approved specialty occupation position.

Here are 100 companies that have sponsored H-1B visas in the past:

1. Google
2. Microsoft
3. Apple
4. Amazon
5. Facebook
6. Intel Corporation
7. Cisco Systems
8. IBM
9. Oracle Corporation
10. Adobe Systems
11. Salesforce
12. Deloitte
13. Accenture
14. Ernst & Young (EY)
15. PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC)
16. Goldman Sachs
17. JPMorgan Chase & Co.
18. Citigroup
19. Bank of America
20. Wells Fargo
21. Walmart
22. Target
23. ExxonMobil
24. Chevron Corporation
25. General Electric (GE)
26. Ford Motor Company
27. General Motors
28. Tesla
29. Johnson & Johnson
30. Pfizer Inc.
31. Merck & Co.
32. Procter & Gamble (P&G)
33. Coca-Cola Company
34. PepsiCo
35. Visa Inc.
36. Mastercard
37. American Express
38. Boeing
39. Lockheed Martin
40. Northrop Grumman Corporation
41. Raytheon Technologies
42. United Technologies Corporation
43. Verizon Communications
44. AT&T
45. T-Mobile
46. Sprint Corporation
47. Qualcomm
48. Texas Instruments
49. Micron Technology
50. Applied Materials
51. Cisco Systems
52. HP Inc.
53. Dell Technologies
54. Cognizant Technology Solutions
55. Infosys
56. Wipro
57. Tata Consultancy Services (TCS)
58. HCL Technologies
59. Capgemini
60. Larsen & Toubro Infotech (LTI)
61. Tech Mahindra
62. Mindtree
63. CGI
64. Accenture
65. DXC Technology
67. Infosys Consulting
68. Virtusa
69. EPAM Systems
70. Fidelity Investments
71. Charles Schwab Corporation
72. BlackRock
73. Goldman Sachs
74. Morgan Stanley
75. Barclays
76. Deutsche Bank
77. HSBC
78. UBS
79. American Airlines
80. Delta Air Lines
81. United Airlines
82. Southwest Airlines
83. FedEx Corporation
84. UPS (United Parcel Service)
85. Johnson Controls
86. Honeywell International
87. 3M
88. DuPont
89. Dow Chemical Company
90. Caterpillar Inc.
91. John Deere
92. IBM India
93. Larsen & Toubro (L&T)
94. Tata Motors
95. Mahindra & Mahindra
96. Hindustan Unilever
97. Reliance Industries
98. Infosys Limited
99. Tata Steel
100. Larsen & Toubro Hydrocarbon Engineering

Please note that this list is for reference purposes only, and the visa sponsorship practices of these companies may have changed since the time of publication.

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