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Will Trump's Immigration Orders Affect H-1B Visas?


Find Law -- Christopher Coble, Esq.

But those are plans from Congress -- could the president act alone on the H1-B program? Eric Ruark, director of research at limited immigration advocate NumbersUSA, told the Wall Street Journal that Trump could attack the program in three ways:

Use an executive directive to tighten the Optional Practical Training (OPT) program, which gives foreign graduates in science, technology, engineering, or math-related fields the right to find permanent U.S. jobs for up to 36 months;