Approximately three out of every four H-1B visa holders are Indian citizens.
Of the 4,19,637 foreign nationals working in the United States on H-1B visas, about 74% or 309,986 are Indian citizens.
According to an official report by United States, approximately 3 out of every 4 H-1B visa holders as of 5th of October, 2018 are Indian citizens.
The report stated, of the 4,19,637 foreign nationals working in the US on H-1B visas, about 74% or 309,986 are Indian citizens.
It further said, only 63,220 or 20.4% of the total Indian citizens on H-1B visas are women. Indian citizens are followed by the Chinese citizens with 47,172 (11.2%) on H-1B visas.
An H-1B visa permits an aspirant to enter the United States to temporarily work at an employer in a specialty occupation.
A person in H-1B status must continue to be employed by their employer in order to stay in H-1B status.
If the person’s employment ends for any reason, the person must leave the United States, unless the person applies for and is granted a change of status or finds another employer compatible with the H-1B status.