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Average Salary, H1B Visa, Green Card Perm report for KPMG



H1B and Green Card Application Trends for KPMG

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H1B and Green Card Yearly Acceptance/Denial Stats for KPMG

Year 2015 2015 2014 2014 2013 2013 2012 2012 2010 2010
Application H1B PERM PERM H1B H1B PERM H1B PERM PERM H1B
Applied 102 23 121 856 570 68 510 76 195 455
Denied 0 2 3 5 9 8 11 0 11 16






H1B and Green Card Salary Trends for KPMG

Year Application Job Title Average Salary Jobs Applied
2015 H1B Senior Associate $98,800 37
2015 H1B Associate $68,896 28
2015 H1B Manager $129,859 21
2014 H1B Senior Associate $96,256 355
2014 H1B Associate $65,417 345
2014 H1B Manager $129,591 122


Name Details
H1B Visa Rank 31
H1B Visa 2001 - 2011 6899
H1B Visa Denied 2000-2011 156
H1B Visa 2011 102
H1B Visa Denied 2011 0
Green Card Perm Rank 34
Green Card 2000-2011 1073
Green Card Denied 2005-2011 56
Green Card 2011 23
Green Card Denied 2011 2

The above table displays data for Labor Condition Application(LCA for H1B visa) and Labor Certification(LC for Green Card) application filed by KPMG year over year from 2000 to 2012.
Please see links below which explain meaning of LCA and LC
LCA : http://tinyurl.com/visasquare-Labor-Condition-App
LC : http://tinyurl.com/visasquare-labor-certification

6899 H1B LCA's has been applied by KPMG since 2000. 156 application for H1B LCA's has been denied during this period.
1073 Green Card LC's has been applied by KPMG since 2000. 56 application for Green Card LCA's has been denied during this period.

KPMG filed 102 H1B LCA's and 23 Green Card LC's for the year 2011

KPMG ranks 31 in H1B applications in VisaSquare Top H1B Company Ranks.

The number does not mean that actually got the visa and hired the workers. In case of renewal or transfers of an employee's H1B visa or change work location under some circumstances, a new LCA application is filled. Department of Labor(DOL) typically certifies more than 3 times the number of foreign work requests than the number of H1B visas issued by USCIS. S i.e. there is no one to one relationship between the number of H1B work visas issued by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) and the number of workers certified by the DOL.