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Trump draft order requires more from tech workers on H-1B visas: Bloomberg

Reuters Tuesday, 21 April 2020
Trump draft order requires more from tech workers on H-1B visas: BloombergPresident Donald Trump would require technology workers in the United States on H-1B visas to provide updated certifications that they are not displacing American workers, according to a draft executive order, Bloomberg News reported on Tuesday.
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The Ministry of External Affairs said on June 25 that suspension of H-1B and other work visas by the United States will impact the movement of skilled professionals. "This is likely to affect the movement of skilled professionals who avail these non-immigrant visa programs to work lawfully in the United States. We are assessing the impact of the order on Indian nationals and industry," said Spokesperson Anurag Srivastava while addressing a virtual press conference.

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The Trump administration on Monday suspended the temporary work visas, including H-1B, for foreigners till the end of the year. It marked the latest effort to bar the entry of immigrants to the country. The new policy is "extending and expanding" on President Donald Trump's April pause on issuing new green cards, which will continue beyond the initial 60-day period until the end of the year, according to a senior administration official. "H-1B action is temporary but permanent action being taken on reforming the US visa system to one that is more "merit-based," a senior administration official told reporters at a briefing. Trump is also expected to sign an executive order on Tuesday directing new restrictions on most H-1B, H-4, H-2B, J and L visas, with some exceptions, lasting through December 31 - "frankly, because of the expanding unemployment," the official told reporters. The officials said that any abuses with H-1B visas will be investigated by the US Labor Department (USDOL). "The president has instructed us to get rid of the lottery" for such visas, the official added. The US government said that the new visa restrictions through the end of the year will affect nearly 525,000 American jobs. "We're hopeful that this is going to see broad, bipartisan support," the official said. The new restrictions, however, have been exempted for medical workers, especially those involved in COVID-19 care or research. Pegged as the COVID -19 or economic response, it is the administration's concerted effort to roll back the visas available to people overseas as a result of high unemployment in the US resulting from the coronavirus pandemic, the official noted.

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The US unemployment rate jumped to 14.7% in April. It's the highest it's been since the Great Depression. According to Business Insider, the April jobs report shows that more than 20 million jobs were lost in a single month. Losing a job is frightening for anyone, but particularly for foreign workers who are in the US on an H-1B visa. Laid off foreign workers have 60 days to come up with a formal reason for staying in the US. If the reason isn't accepted, the worker must leave.

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