Donald Trump says changes are coming in the way that the U.S. handles temporary H1-B visas

10 month ago

President Donald Trump said changes were taking place in the way states handled temporary H1-B visas, allowing US firms to import high-tech workers and other skilled workers from the United States. Abroad.

Trump said in a tweet that temporary visa holders H1-B "can be reassured" because the changes will occur, which will bring "simplicity and certainty to your stay, including the potential path of citizenship".

Trump says the United States wants to encourage talented and highly skilled people pursue a career in the United States. As a candidate, I promised to prevent H-1B visas from being used as a "cheap work program".

In January, a draft proposal to revise the regulation, find ways to allocate visas more efficiently and ensure that beneficiaries are "better and smarter" was distributed.