Starting on March 16th, President Trump's new travel ban will be enforced to control waves of migration to the U.S. A major change between Trump's controversial order, which was labeled a Muslim ban by some, and this revised version is the exclusion of Iraq from the list of banned countries. This new order still affects citizens from six Middle Eastern and African countries. A USC Iraqi student and Homeland Security expert share their reactions on this immigration executive order.
The US Citizenship and Immigration Services announced a temporary suspension on fast track H-1B Visas, which is a document that allows U.S. employers to hire foreign labor. This policy will be in effect starting on April 3rd, 2017.
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