June 15, 2021
By Jennifer Doherty
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security has urged the D.C. Circuit to toss the latest appeal from a technology workers union aiming to restrict work permits for foreign students, saying there was no evidence they compete for jobs.
According to DHS and the other federal agencies defending the Optional Practical Training, or OPT program, the Washington Alliance of Technology Workers failed to show that any members of the union were suffering or were likely to suffer professional harm because of the program’s current regulations.
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