2018 H1B Visa Report

2018 States
State Filings Average Salary
California 122,497 $112,315
Texas 69,257 $91,063
New York 54,248 $103,568
New Jersey 49,331 $92,106
Illinois 32,154 $90,349
Washington 27,109 $117,089
Pennsylvania 26,205 $88,952
Massachusetts 25,258 $95,558
Georgia 21,478 $88,376
Michigan 21,470 $86,040
Florida 19,549 $85,117
North Carolina 17,381 $91,193
Virginia 17,090 $92,122
Ohio 13,837 $87,549
Maryland 12,672 $86,812
Arizona 9,107 $89,433
Connecticut 8,233 $93,323
Tennessee 7,185 $82,023
Minnesota 6,957 $91,199
Indiana 6,175 $83,926
Missouri 6,117 $89,818
Wisconsin 5,784 $91,250
Colorado 5,306 $90,778
Oregon 4,051 $93,618
Delaware 3,537 $94,660
Arkansas 3,475 $89,726
District of Columbia 3,348 $96,992
Iowa 3,238 $88,325
Utah 3,115 $84,084
South Carolina 2,955 $84,342
Kentucky 2,736 $89,709
Nebraska 2,296 $87,542
Rhode Island 2,097 $91,136
Kansas 1,918 $87,701
Alabama 1,771 $96,505
Oklahoma 1,751 $81,862
Louisiana 1,647 $90,736
Nevada 1,575 $95,447
New Hampshire 1,527 $92,764
New Mexico 926 $100,886
Idaho 834 $86,340
Mississippi 678 $110,373
Maine 618 $117,970
West Virginia 512 $127,673
Hawaii 484 $83,271
North Dakota 463 $126,679
Vermont 428 $94,958
South Dakota 323 $100,421
Guam 305 $65,816
Northern Mariana Islands 225 $49,226
Alaska 209 $99,789
Montana 190 $92,973
Wyoming 150 $100,882
Puerto Rico 141 $81,961
Virgin Islands 25 $55,381