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Donald Trump's planned immigration policy focuses on retaining merit; Indians on edge as family-centric selection may drop sharply

Firstpost Sunday, 19 May 2019
According to Forbes, some 4 million family and work-related green card applicants will have to reapply, even if they have been waiting for years and Indians are among the highest number in this category.
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