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Trump Administration to Provide Additional H-2B Visas

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Despite Donald Trump's calls for business to hire US workers first, the president's administration this week will provide an additional 15,000 visas for foreign workers.

The boost is reportedly for seasonal H-2B visas for non-agricultural employment, who are often used for hotel work or seafood processing.

The move was made possible through a spending bill passed in May by Congress..

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