The administration of Donald Trump in the United States has offered great relief to H-1B visa holders who lost their jobs in the Corona epidemic. The Trump government has relaxed H-1B visa rules. During the Corona period, the entry of H-1B visa holders into the United States was restricted. It also hit Indians seeking jobs in the United States.
The U.S. administration said dependent spouses and children will also be allowed to come to the U.S. with primary visa holders. Those with H1B visas will be allowed to come to the United States if they want to come to the same place where a person was working before the lockdown imposed by the Corona.
In addition, technical specialists, senior-level managers, and other staff will be able to enter the United States on H1B visas. This could help improve the US economy, which collapsed during the Corona period. With this in mind, the Trump administration has made this important decision.
Also, health workers, those involved in the medical field, and those who wish to come to the United States as researchers are allowed. Health workers will be admitted to the United States to help strengthen the health care system in the Corona crisis.
On March 22, 2020, US President Donald Trump announced the suspension of H1B visas due to the growing impact of the Corona epidemic around the world. The Trump administration’s decision came as a shock to employees working in the United States.