The popular yet controversial work visa used to fill a skills void in the U.S., the H-1B visa, brings in highly-skilled foreign workers. The limit is 85,000 H-1B visas granted per year. The lottery system is activated when the limit has been reached. The application cap was met within a five day period this year, for the sixth year in a row. Tech companies like Intel, Google, Microsoft, Apple, and Facebook were among the top employers approved for the initial H-1B visas last year, according to the National Foundation for American Policy. If you are looking for work and are willing to relocate, submit your resume to Jobs Across The World. They have a team of experts that will work to help you find the right position for you. Once submitted, your resume will be read by recruiters from all around the world. They will contact you if your skill set matches their need.

Big tech companies are receiving more H-1B visas for foreign workers, such as Amazon and Microsoft, and outsourcing firms are receiving fewer. Amazon is the number one high-tech company with a total of 2,515 approved visas. This was an increase of 78 percent over the previous year. Microsoft was second with 1,479, which is an increase of 29 percent. Intel, Google, Facebook, and Apple followed the top two. JobsAWorld is a simple process. You submit your resume and they match it with open positions all over the world. They will update you on new job postings as well.

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