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H1-B visas to undergo 'changes', says Trump

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[USA], Jan 11(ANI): United States President Donald Trump on Friday announced potential changes in the H1-B visas, including the provision of a 'path to citizenship' for highly talented and skilled
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News video: Trump Announces Plans To Streamline H-1B Program For Skilled Foreign Workers

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According to a report by Reuters, on Friday, US President Donald Trump said that he plans to change the H-1B program that grants temporary visas for specialty occupations such as technology or medicine, but his administration said later that he was referring to changes originally proposed last year.

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