Amendments expected to visa rules in US under Donald Trump’s Presidency
Express News Global
Published: January 25, 2017
It is being expected that stringent rules for visas would be implemented by the United States as Donald Trump took over as the country’s forty-fifth President.
Here are some proposals as quoted by the Times of India.
It would entail raising the minimum salary that an H1B visa holder should earn to $100,000, up from the present wage ranging between $61,000 and $71,000.
It would empower the US DHS (Department of Homeland Security) to scrutinise, audit and implement compliance with L-1 programme.
They would see to it that the most talented students in the US will be given priority for an H1B visa.
A clause would be deleted that lets immigration authorities gloss over intricate paperwork if applicants for an H1B visa have a master’s degree or equivalent or higher.
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