In order to finish off the process of authorization for certain categories of H-1B foreign work visas, the White House has formally received the proposed changes in the existing regulations.
Officials have said the move would affect over 90,000 spouses of H-1B visa holders. Among them, a huge number are Indians who were sent for Budget by the Department of Homeland Security to the White House of management, on Wednesday.
The White House is going to take a final call on it before the Department of Homeland Security can inform a federal court, where a lawsuit in this problem is pending and a formal law in this concern could be issued.
Before taking a final call the White House has decided to continue its review over the proposed regulation and to gather information from various agencies. The entire procedure may take from a few weeks to several months.
The proposed regulation will not be concluding until the review and comment process are not finished, stated US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), the authority managing the entire programme. Following the existing process, once the White House gives its indication the act would be published in federal register with a 30-day comment period.
A group of US lawmakers along with Senator Kamala Harris, and Silicon Valley companies have strongly opposed the move of the government and claimed that the act is not only anti-women but also prevents talented spouses of H-1B visa holders from working in the United States. In spite of all the accusations, the administration of President Trump is moving forward with its proposed regulation.
The US Court of Appeals, District of Columbia has increased the time for various stakeholders. It also includes the Department of Homeland Security to submit its responses on the lawsuit against it filed by the organization Save Jobs USA.

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