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05/13/2011 - H-1B Cap Count Update

Current count:

General cap: 11,200 out of 58,200 available (6,800 of the 65,000 total are reserved by treaty for citizens of Singapore and Chile)

U.S. Master’s degree cap: 7,900 out of 20,000.

Bottom Line:

Continued slow usage.

Who Should Care:

U.S. employers with personnel requirements for highly educated workers, foreign nationals seeking initial H-1Bs.

Archive Date:
Friday, May 13, 2011

05/06/2011 - H-1B Cap Count Update

Current count:

General cap: 10,200 out of 58,200 available (6,800 of the 65,000 total are reserved by treaty for citizens of Singapore and Chile)

U.S. Master’s degree cap: 7,300 out of 20,000.

Bottom Line:

Continued slow usage, though with something of a bump from the last count this time.

Who Should Care:

U.S. employers with personnel requirements for highly educated workers, foreign nationals seeking initial H-1Bs.

Archive Date:
Friday, May 6, 2011

04/29/2011 - H-1B Cap Count Update

Current count:

General cap: 9,200 out of 58,200 available (6,800 of the 65,000 total are reserved by treaty for citizens of Singapore and Chile)

U.S. Master’s degree cap: 6,600 out of 20,000

Bottom Line:

Continued slow usage.

Who Should Care:

U.S. employers with personnel requirements for highly educated workers, foreign nationals seeking initial H-1Bs.

Archive Date:
Friday, April 29, 2011

04/23/2011 - H-1B Cap Count Update

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Current count:

General cap: 8,000 out of 58,200 available (6,800 of the 65,000 total are reserved by treaty for citizens of Singapore and Chile)

U.S. Master’s degree cap: 5,900 out of 20,000

Bottom Line:

Continued slow usage.

Who Should Care:

U.S. employers with personnel requirements for highly educated workers, foreign nationals seeking initial H-1Bs.

Archive Date:
Saturday, April 23, 2011

04/15/2011 - H-1B Cap Count Update

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Current count:

General cap: 7,100 out of 58,200 available (6,800 of the 65,000 total are reserved by treaty for citizens of Singapore and Chile)

U.S. Master’s degree cap: 5,100 out of 20,000

Bottom Line:

Continued slow usage.

Who Should Care:

U.S. employers with personnel requirements for highly educated workers, foreign nationals seeking initial H-1Bs

Archive Date:
Friday, April 15, 2011