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Worse Off Half: Spouses of H-1B workers tensely await their fate to work in US

Worse Off Half: Spouses of H-1B workers tensely await their fate to work in US
Worse Off Half: Spouses of H-1B workers tensely await their fate to work in US

The Dept of Homeland Security is finalising a proposal to remove H4 dependent spouses from the category of non-immigrant visa holders eligible to work.

Synopsis

Trump wants to strike down a rule brought in by Obama that allowed H4 visa holders to work.

The New Year hasn't brought much cheer to thousands of Indians working in the US. Dependent spouses of H-1B visa holders, who are on H4 visas, have their fingers crossed as they tensely await a verdict on whether they will be allowed to work in the US or not.The Trump administration is bent on striking down a rule brought in by the previous Barack Obama administration that allowed H4 visa holders to work. The US Department of Justice has said
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