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Nov 09, 2018
9:03AM

Trump wants changes in H-1B visa rules to better attract highly skilled workers

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In the United States, the Trump administration wants to make changes in the existing H-1B provisions for it to play a better role in attracting highly skilled foreign workers. 

White House Deputy Chief of Staff for Policy Coordination Chris Liddell told that President Donald Trump wants to find ways to make sure that people who graduate in a highly skilled area like technology stay in the country. 

He said the President has repeatedly spoken about merit-based reform as part of the immigration platform. 
 

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