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DOL approved 50% more labor certifications for green card in 2016

By Bill at June 23, 2016 02:27
Filed Under: Immigration News
We have published all labor certifications(PERM) approved by Department of Labor during the first six months of fiscal year 2016 through our legacy database system

From October 1, 2015 to March 31, 2016, Department of Labor made decisions on 61,556 labor certifications for green card jobs, 50% more than the same period of 2015: 2,961 were denied, 2,490 were withdrawn(view DOL report). 

  2015(first 6 month) 2016(first 6 month) Increase
Certified 36,373 56,105 54%
Denied 2,363 2,961 25%
Withdrawn 2,196 2,490 13%
Total 40,932 61,556 50%


The 2016 data is in extended format: the number of fields increases from 24 to 150. You can now view the details of immigration attorney, job opportunity, recruitment efforts and alien worker. 

Please use following links to search potential job opportunities and pitch employers directly. Our new visa job database is now updated daily with full copies of original petitions. However, we still maintain the legacy system which is updated once every quarter with case summary only. Some cases might not appear on both systems due to various reasons. 

U.S. employers are always looking for skilled workers, even in holiday seasons. Please polish your resume and update your career profiles regularly



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Department of Labor received over 423,000 labor petitions for H-1B Visa in six months

By Bill at May 23, 2016 02:02
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We have published all labor applications filed by U.S. employers during the first six months of fiscal year 2016 through ourlegacy database system

From October 1, 2015 to March 31, 2016, Department of Labor received 423,006 labor condition applications for H-1B visa jobs: 5,904 were denied, 33,898 were withdrawn. 

  Year to Date First Quarter Second Quarter
Total LCA 423,006 93,372 329,643
Certified 383,204 78,855 304,349
Denied 5,904 1,276 4,628
Withdrawn 33,898 13,241 20,657



Please use following links to search potential job opportunities and pitch employers directly.

Our new visa job database is now updated daily with full copies of original petitions. However, we still maintain the legacy system which is updated once every quarter with case summary only. Some cases might not appear on both systems due to various reasons. 

U.S. employers are always looking for skilled workers. Please polish your resume and update your career profiles regularly

Department of Labor Released 2015 Green Card Jobs Data

By Bill at September 02, 2015 01:52
Filed Under: Immigration News
We have published all labor certifications(PERM) approved by Department of Labor during the first nine months of fiscal year 2015 through our legacy database system. view DOL report on top 5 visa classifications, top 5 occupations and top 5 countries of citizenship

From October 1, 2014 to June 30, 2015, Department of Labor made decisions on 62,512 labor certifications for green card jobs: 4,195 were denied, 3,223 were withdrawn. 

  Year to Date First Quarter Second Quarter Third Quarter
Certified 53,244 16,173 20,181 16,890
Denied 4,195 1,029 1,015 2,151
Withdrawn 3,223 1,103 1,091 1,029


The 2015 data is in extended format: the number of fields increases from 24 to 150. You can now view the details of immigration attorney, job opportunity, recruitment efforts and alien worker. 

Please use following links to search potential job opportunities and pitch employers directly. Our new visa job database is now updated daily with full copies of original petitions. However, we still maintain the legacy system which is updated once every quarter with case summary only. Some cases might not appear on both systems due to various reasons. 

U.S. employers are always looking for skilled workers, even in holiday seasons. Please polish your resume and update your career profiles regularly

2015 Labor Petitions for Green Card Released in Extended Format

By Bill at May 14, 2015 18:22
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We have published all labor certifications(PERM) approved by Department of Labor during the first six months of fiscal year 2015 through our legacy database system. 

The 2015 data is in extended format: the number of fields increases from 24 to 150. You can now view the details of immigration attorney, job opportunity, recruitment efforts and alien worker. 

From October 1, 2014 to March 31, 2015, Department of Labor made decisions on 42,189 labor certifications for green card jobs: 2,363 were denied, 2,196 were withdrawn(view DOL report). 

  Year to Date First Quarter Second Quarter
Certified 36,373 16,184 20,189
Denied 2,363 1,030 1,333
Withdrawn 2,196 1,104 1,092


Please use following links to search potential job opportunities and pitch employers directly. Our new visa job database is now updated daily with full copies of original petitions. However, we still maintain the legacy system which is updated once every quarter with case summary only. Some cases might not appear on both systems due to various reasons. 

U.S. employers are always looking for skilled workers, even in holiday seasons. Please polish your resume and update your career profiles regularly

10,400 H1B Petitions and 3,100,000 New Jobs

By Bill at April 16, 2011 19:37
Filed Under: Immigration News

2011 will become another good year for H1B Visa Job Hunters! 

USCIS started accepting H1B petitions subject to the fiscal year 2012 cap on April 1, 2011. As of April 7, they received approximately 5,900 H1B Visa petitions counting toward the 65,000 cap, and approximately 4,500 petitions toward the 20,000 cap exemption for individuals with advanced degrees. 

These two numbers were much lower than the previous year. During the first week of April 2010, USCIS received approximately 13,500 petitions counting toward the 65,000 cap, and approximately 5,600 petitions toward the 20,000 cap exemption. 

Several days later, Department of Labor reported that there were 3.1 million job openings in February, up from 352,000 from January and 570,000 from year-earlier levels. It was the largest number of available positions since September 2008. 

Weather you can get a H1B Visa job depends on the availbility of H1B Visa and the number of job openings in US market. So above numbers tell us 2011 will be another good year for visa job hunters! 

If you still want to work and live in United Sates, we encourage you join us on social network and visit myvisajobs.com for more information: 

  1. Connect to MyVisajobs CEO on Linkedin
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  3. 2011 H1B Visa Employer List by Occupation and Location
  4. Follow the latest H1B Visa Cap Usage
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