H-1B Employment Visa
- The H-1B sections of GoinGlobal and Interstride list employers that have previously sponsored visas. Interstride also offers live and on-demand webinars on various work visa and immigration-related topics.
- The “Advanced Search” function in CareerShift includes a filter for H-1B-sponsoring employers.
- MyVisaJobs.com contains visa reports and a list of the top 100 employers that sponsor H-1B visas.
- The U.S. Citizens and Immigration Services (USCIS)’s H-1B Employer Data Hub provides information on employers petitioning for H-1B workers. The data hub is part of USCIS’s continued effort to increase transparency in employment-based visa programs by allowing you to search for H-1B petitioners by fiscal year (back to FY 2009), NAICS code, employer name, city, state, or ZIP code. This allows you to calculate approval and denial rates and review which employers are using the H-1B program. Data for individual fiscal years is available on the H-1B Employer Data Hub Files page. To help you use the data hub and understand the terminology in it, USCIC has also created the Understanding Our H-1B Employer Data Hub page.
Other Employment Visas
The USC Career Center is partnering with the immigration law firm WR Immigration to offer workshops and resources for USC students, alumni, and employers related to U.S. work visas and immigration.
- You can access a recording of their Fall 2022 workshop for employers on the USC Career Center YouTube channel.
- Please check the Career Center calendar for any upcoming workshops with WR Immigration.