May 24, 2019
By Ethan Baron
The fate of some 200,000 foreign citizens living and working in the U.S. — many of them in the Bay Area — is resting with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, the Trump White House and a federal appeals court.
At issue is work authorization for holders of the H-4 visa, who are spouses of foreign nationals employed in the U.S. under the controversial H-1B visa. Homeland Security this week updated the schedule for a new rule removing that authorization, saying it would publish the proposed rule this month. Read the full story at The Mercury News.
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