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Trump draft order requires more from tech workers on H-1B visas, report says

Key Points
  • President Donald Trump would require technology workers in the United States on H-1B visas to provide updated certifications that they are not displacing American workers, according to a draft executive order, Bloomberg News reported on Tuesday.
  • The executive order would deny entry for people seeking most types of work visas for at least 90 days, Bloomberg reported.
  • It excludes people seeking jobs related to the food supply chain and would not apply to health care or medical research professionals, according to the draft.
President Donald Trump speaks during a daily briefing of the coronavirus task force at the White House April 20, 2020 in Washington, DC.
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President Donald Trump would require technology workers in the United States on H-1B visas to provide updated certifications that they are not displacing American workers, according to a draft executive order, Bloomberg News reported on Tuesday.

The executive order would deny entry for people seeking most types of work visas for at least 90 days, Bloomberg reported.

It excludes people seeking jobs related to the food supply chain and would not apply to health care or medical research professionals, according to the draft.

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