Donald Trump‘s administration had imposed a ban on work visas for the first time from April to June. It was later extended to December 31 in June. Now that immigrants were expected to end the sanctions, Trump gave them a setback and extended the ban by three months.
US President Donald Trump has dealt a major blow to immigrant workers on New Year’s Eve. Trump has extended the pre-imposed restrictions on work visas for three months. The restrictions will now remain in effect until March 31, 2021. Trump on Thursday signed an executive order that mentions increasing work visa restrictions due to the Coronavirus epidemic. Donald Trump’s move is seen as a last attempt to woo Americans from the White House.
References given to these reasons
Donald Trump said that corona’s impact on the U.S. labor market and the health of American communities is a matter of concern. He cited the unemployment rate, the ban imposed on businesses by states and the increase in the Corona transition, saying that in view of all things, the work visas to immigrants, immigrants, cannot be relieved at the moment. Restrictions on work visas will remain in effect until March 31.
Decision taken at the last minute
The Trump administration had imposed a ban on work visas for the first time from April to June. It was later extended to December 31 in June. Now that immigrants were expected to end the sanctions, Trump gave him a setback and extended the ban by three months.
Trump is said to have taken this decision so that U.S. citizens get more jobs and opportunities. The president’s move will also make it difficult for those who apply for green cards, and they will have to wait until March.
Workers will have to wait for the Job
Extending the ban by three months means that people temporarily going to the United States in search of employment will have to wait until March. The U.S. government’s decision will also have an impact on H-1B visas, which is very popular among people in the tech sector. In addition, J-1 visas, which are issued for cultural exchanges, visas for spouses of H-1B and H-2B holders, and L visas for companies that are issued to relocate employees in the U.S., have also been suspended. It is noteworthy that Donald Trump said in June that the epidemic was losing the jobs of the American people. So, we will take every decision that will be in the interest of the American and American people.