NPR’s All Things Considered covers the H1-B visa program, its controversies, and potential changes from Congress and the Trump administration. The draft executive order, if implemented, would initiate a review of the H1-B program but likely have no direct, immediate impact. However, is it a good idea to send a strong signal that we no longer like foreign workers — we’re all about only U.S. workers?
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