The world’s largest economy has seen a solid job gain and the drop in unemployment. American employers added 203,000 jobs in November, and the unemployment rate dropped to 7 percent, lowest level in five years.  Keeping this in perspective we can foresee a sign of significant demand for H1B visas for the next year filing season. The high demand will most likely result in a visa lottery just as we witnessed this year. Having said that, individuals who are planning to file H1B next year, it is always a smart idea to keep up with past H1B data and start planning ahead. Below is an extremely informative info graphic that shows H1B Cap reached dates from Fiscal Year FY 2005 to FY 2014.

H1B Cap Reached Dates by Year
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