Executive Order Targeting H-1B Could Hurt Schools and Universities, Immigration Attorney Says

, Corporate Counsel

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President Donald Trump on Tuesday ordered a review of the temporary worker visa program heavily used by Silicon Valley companies but Dallas-based immigration attorney Harry Joe said changing the program could also hurt universities and schools.

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  • Katherine

    The latest "sky is falling" by people afflicted with TDS. Too bad.

  • Henry Betke

    It‘s about time... I‘m sick and tired of American citizens having to train their replacements so Corps make more $$$ ... Al la Disney

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