In 2019, Uber applied for 1120 H1B visas. Of the work permits applied for, 83% were approved.
An in-depth look at ‘Certified-withdrawn’ H1B applications at Uber unveil that 11 approved work permit applications were withdrawn before the employee’s start date, and 177 were withdrawn by Uber after the employee’s start date.
Uber has a total of 20000 employees
H1B Applications Outcome
*This data was calculated using publicly sourced data from OFLC Performance Data
Uber applied for work permits in 10 departments - Engineering, Product, Design, Marketing, Operations, Business Development, Finance, HR, IT, and Legal. The highest concentration of work permits applied for were in the Engineering department with 67%; of those 81% were approved and 0% were denied.
The average salary offered to a Uber H1B applicant is $125,101* in comparison to a resident whose average salary is $113,874†. At Uber, H1B holders in the Marketing department are more likely to earn more than their US counterparts, earning 2% higher. Whereas in the Legal department H1B workers are more likely to earn 23% lower than US residents at Uber.
* This data was calculated using publically sourced data from OFLC Performance Data
† employer Contributed Salary