IT Management: Top 25 Companies with H-1B Visas in 2009

By Don E. Sears  |  Posted 2010-01-04 Print this article Print
Top 25 Companies with H-1B Visas in 2009

Top 25 Companies with H-1B Visas in 2009

by Don E. Sears
A mix of U.S. and Asian-based technology, financial and consulting companies top the list of enterprises that have applied for and received approval for H-1B visas in 2009. There are at least 200 companies that applied for H-1B visas in 2009. The major technology companies that did not rank in the Top 25, but did rank in the Top 50 include Yahoo, Amazon, Apple, Texas Instruments, Nvidia and IBM. Some of the leading research universities in the United States also rank in the Top 50. Some of the top H-1B visa obtainers this year included University of Maryland, University of Michigan, Johns Hopkins, University of Illinois, University of Pennsylvania, Yale, Stanford, Harvard, University of Pittsburgh, Columbia, and Baylor College of Medicine. The following gallery is a countdown of the Top 25 companies from No. 25 to No. 1 and the specific number of H-1B visas these companies were granted by the U.S Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS).

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