H-1B Visas preference to applicants with Terminal Degrees from the U.S

The Trump Administration is proposing changes to the H-1B visa lottery process. The administration is proposing to preference the H-1B visas to terminal degree holders, preferably those who obtained their degrees from colleges/universities in the United States. This is said to be a part of Trump’s “Buy American, Hire American” agenda. Currently, the U.S. H-1B visa awards are capped at 85,000 per year. Out of those 85,000 slots, applicants with terminal degrees apply for one of 20,000 advanced degree H-1B visas. Thereafter, those terminal degree holders who are not awarded are placed in the pool with other applicants (degree and non-degree having applicants) for the remaining 65,000 slots. Th

The Disingenuous and Ironic Trump Shut Down

The United States government has been shut down for several weeks now. Close to one million federal employees have been negatively affected by the consequences of the shut down. Unfortunately, those negative consequences extend far beyond federal employees. Millions of honest, hardworking citizens, who are the backbone of this country are also feeling the consequences. The Transportation Security Administration (TSA), Parks and Museums, Law Enforcement and the judiciary, Internal Revenue Service (IRS), and disbursement of federal grants and small business loans are only some of the programs that are being affected, which in turn affect the citizens of this “great nation”. The shut down

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