The Top 250 Companies that Offer H-1B Visas

Save time with this curated list of companies that offer H-1B

We know the number one question on every international student's mind:

How do I find a list of companies that sponsor international students?

The answer:

There isn't a complete list because US government doesn't release a list of companies that receive H-1B.


We know that's a frustrating answer.

So we created a list for you.


Curate (verb)

select, organize, and present information using professional or expert knowledge

We've curated a list of the best companies that sponsor H-1B. Some of brand names you'll recognize:

  • Amazon
  • Airbnb
  • Google
  • Facebook
  • Microsoft

Others maybe not:

  • Trip Advisor
  • Colgate Palmolive
  • Schlumberger
  • Nielsen

Note! We do not include outsourcing companies in this list. You will not find companies like Infosys, Capgemini, or Tata.

We selected companies from lists like Forbes Best Workplaces for Recent Grads, The World's Most Innovative Companies, and LinkedIn's Top Global Companies.


Every company on this list has a history of sponsoring H-1B. We use US government data to confirm each company's H-1B application history.

(the US government releases data on which companies applied for H-1B, not which companies receive it)


But we know you need more than a list. You need the right information to succeed in your job search.

So we built more than a list.

We took the most important information you need in the H-1B job search and created company profiles to help you save time.

Each company profile includes:

  • Data-backed insights into which jobs are most likely to receive H-1B
  • The best method to get an interview based on Glassdoor data
  • Links to recruiters on LinkedIn for networking
  • Links to the company's career website, internships, and global opportunities (where applicable)


How much time could you save with all this information?

Here's what our profiles look like:

Use the links on the company profiles to explore:


If you are an international student who is...

  • frustrated with companies that don't sponsor
  • new to the US job search
  • too busy with school to spend time researching every single company
  • unfamiliar with US companies
  • interested in being proactive in your job search
  • interested in getting ahead of your competition
  • interested in a list supported by data

Then The Top 250 List is for you.


But things are changing fast... In January, 2019, we're adding 50 more companies to the list to make the top 300. The price will go up. But if you purchase now, you'll get the next 50 in January without paying more.

Four things to know before you purchase

Companies sponsor H-1B at the job level, not company wide.

If a company has sponsored for H-1B it doesn't mean they sponsor for every position.

There are no guarantees that every company on this list will sponsor you.

Nobody can promise that. :) Companies sponsor H-1B for specialized workers. If you are specialized, have experience, and can show a company that you have the specialized skills to do the job, you are most likely to get sponsored.

The Top 250 List is not a spreadsheet to download.

There is no spreadsheet to download. Instead you get access to 250 company profiles listed in alphabetical order. You also get a spreadsheet template to help you organize and add companies to create a Company Target List.

Your access to company profiles looks like this:

This list is included in the International Student Job Search Strategy Group.

There are two ways to get access to the Top 250 list. The list is included as a resource if you are a member of the International Student Job Search Strategy Group. You can purchase this list separately or you can apply to be part of the H-1B strategy group. We only accept 100 members in the strategy group. If applications aren't open or the group is full, please sign up on the waitlist.

And one more thing... our buttons say "Enroll in course." But this isn't a course. It's just a list of company profiles which all sponsored H-1B in the last year. Explore more using the preview buttons below.

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