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This report shows the number of H-1B applications for all states for each year for 17-Architecture and Engineering Occupations
State 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 Number of Applications for this Occupational Group since 2010 Yearly Average for this row Increase/Decrease from 2010 to 2018
Washington, DC 139 130 135 119 142 145 146 153 182 128 1,419 142 130.94%
Alabama 185 242 229 254 294 261 214 215 197 146 2,237 224 106.49%
Alaska 42 23 35 30 27 22 27 15 23 21 265 27 54.76%
Arizona 643 756 579 702 686 622 696 804 841 734 7,063 706 130.79%
Arkansas 71 90 86 82 89 84 84 87 109 89 871 87 153.52%
California 6,951 7,721 8,207 8,515 9,455 9,678 10,258 10,631 12,432 8,770 92,618 9,262 178.85%
Colorado 334 361 343 388 410 459 408 463 524 413 4,103 410 156.89%
Connecticut 276 346 292 234 333 268 348 346 372 330 3,145 315 134.78%
Delaware 61 45 34 38 52 54 60 54 77 62 537 54 126.23%
Florida 1,151 993 962 843 935 1,041 1,013 1,170 1,276 952 10,336 1,034 110.86%
Georgia 561 672 567 581 612 755 822 889 1,036 778 7,273 727 184.67%
Hawaii 65 42 48 42 47 43 67 56 55 48 513 51 84.62%
Idaho 161 286 227 186 149 200 285 249 270 214 2,227 223 167.70%
Illinois 1,511 1,570 1,867 1,473 1,790 1,903 1,801 1,818 2,040 1,562 17,335 1,734 135.01%
Indiana 582 857 881 657 1,045 1,072 1,017 1,031 1,280 1,032 9,454 945 219.93%
Iowa 141 177 179 201 202 192 249 220 267 228 2,056 206 189.36%
Kansas 213 207 251 237 254 240 291 228 317 202 2,440 244 148.83%
Kentucky 137 123 163 120 144 147 219 187 234 130 1,604 160 170.80%
Louisiana 200 235 256 264 256 265 270 241 255 186 2,428 243 127.50%
Maine 24 21 23 28 26 18 41 27 27 19 254 25 112.50%
Massachusetts 878 1,064 956 936 1,138 1,335 1,416 1,546 1,806 1,525 12,600 1,260 205.69%
Maryland 624 551 492 418 424 448 470 513 559 369 4,868 487 89.58%
Michigan 1,159 1,303 1,495 1,765 2,430 3,326 4,523 5,210 5,657 3,741 30,609 3,061 488.09%
Minnesota 380 444 492 446 521 538 670 590 707 544 5,332 533 186.05%
Mississippi 74 91 77 71 58 64 59 52 65 78 689 69 87.84%
Missouri 185 177 178 177 204 229 270 289 340 263 2,312 231 183.78%
Montana 19 16 7 9 18 3 16 9 12 8 117 12 63.16%
Nebraska 51 43 49 59 54 62 67 48 53 51 537 54 103.92%
Nevada 119 147 122 81 122 134 145 195 224 208 1,497 150 188.24%
New Hampshire 77 82 78 58 82 93 89 93 125 77 854 85 162.34%
New Jersey 990 927 918 956 896 956 1,007 1,117 1,312 1,022 10,101 1,010 132.53%
New Mexico 95 67 123 74 70 49 55 74 78 110 795 80 82.11%
New York 2,003 2,167 2,194 2,008 2,315 2,417 2,698 2,758 3,074 2,185 23,819 2,382 153.47%
North Carolina 464 592 620 535 681 724 834 806 1,004 830 7,090 709 216.38%
North Dakota 21 27 49 44 37 42 33 43 47 23 366 37 223.81%
Ohio 539 670 670 715 956 1,076 1,196 1,138 1,249 845 9,054 905 231.73%
Oklahoma 178 194 261 187 274 273 237 221 226 141 2,192 219 126.97%
Oregon 515 715 716 769 1,069 696 599 625 576 438 6,718 672 111.84%
Pennsylvania 806 840 874 846 956 983 1,061 1,094 1,082 920 9,462 946 134.24%
Rhode Island 48 79 67 47 66 68 53 72 68 44 612 61 141.67%
South Carolina 213 282 265 238 268 288 324 356 397 313 2,944 294 186.38%
South Dakota 29 19 12 20 9 15 11 14 13 21 163 16 44.83%
Tennessee 278 274 292 245 226 329 327 322 406 322 3,021 302 146.04%
Texas 4,371 5,245 5,725 5,408 5,808 5,823 5,400 5,051 5,124 3,619 51,574 5,157 117.23%
Utah 188 165 246 207 213 202 224 232 251 217 2,145 215 133.51%
Vermont 16 42 34 36 30 19 49 49 47 47 369 37 293.75%
Virginia 889 836 758 596 648 664 587 614 714 496 6,802 680 80.31%
Washington 654 699 793 714 730 868 924 951 1,078 846 8,257 826 164.83%
West Virginia 50 32 35 32 42 39 38 22 62 64 416 42 124.00%
Wyoming 20 24 34 23 28 28 27 25 37 21 267 27 185.00%