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Jun 22, 2017

That is remarkably specific. Use this website to learn if a company has filed for an H1B in any specified year. Good luck!

Jun 22, 2017

I don't think TPH sponsors.

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Nov 8, 2019

Where did you hear it from?

Nov 8, 2019

For important issues such as H1B, don't say 'I think' if you're not an insider or haven't personally been through the recruiting process with the firm. It's incredibly irresponsible to misinform kids when you're not certain about these things

Sponsorship in Houston varies by year. I know TPH sponsored kids for the past couple years and they have international analysts in the team. Simmons doesn't sponsor analyst per HR. With that said, a lot of Houston groups don't see sponsorship as an issue if you're good enough. This is my personal experience going through recruiting. You can pm me for more specifics

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Nov 8, 2019

Banks that do sponsor in Houston:
GS, JPM, BAML, Jeffries, CS, Scotia, Evercore, Moelis, Lazard, maybe Barclays.

Maybe I missed one or two, but I did not forget about MS, RBC, Citi, Wells, TPH etc. They do NOT sponsor.

Nov 8, 2019

How could you be so sure that those firms don't sponsor? When it comes to sponsorship, I don't think it's 100% positive or negative for most of the firms. A lot of factors go into it (your candidacy, if the group has given other internationals offer already, etc)

I believe RBC still sponsors (source: personal recruiting experience and friend who got sponsored by the group). Citi sponsored last year but not sure what this year is like.

Nov 8, 2019

What do you mean? It usually is a 100% positive or negative save a few (EG Citi IBD NY, MS IBD NY)
HR literally has a policy (if need sponsorship on application -> thank you for applying goodbye)

Nov 8, 2019

I run recruiting at my team so I know my EB 100% does not sponsor unless Canadian or Singapore

Nov 8, 2019
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