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Most Companies can apply, the major players are the usual Indian outsourcing companies.


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Are you confusing the H1b with the TN.

Some people are approached, networking seems a popular method.


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I am referring to E and H1B visas, not TN

For someone looking to work in the US, how do they know what jobs are available that can sponsor them? There isn't an official listing of approved (labor certification) employers or positions?

Going company to company is not practical, and not everyone has networking connections.

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E, well that would need to be an employer who was also from the same Treaty Country.

It is no different in principal from applying for any job anywhere, with the added complication that you need that something extra for the employer to go through the time and expense of going through the immigration process.

Are you on linkedin?


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I am asking on behalf of someone else

I found websites like myvisajobs.com, but i do not know if these are legit or not

Any special provision for skilled labor? (Electrician, HVAC, etc?)

That site does have a list of sponsoring employers and average wage. A Pound to a Rupee says it is an Indian site focussing on Indians looking to work in the US.

Generally speaking skilled labour does not qualify for a work visa, unless you mean jobs requiring BSC etc qualification.


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There is no list of employers because any employer can sponsor you if they can get labor certification.

There isn;t a specifc list of job titles, but look at the requirements for the H1B and it will give you a good idea of what sort of jobs have a chance to get the visa.


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