After an April presidential proclamation suspending some immigrant entries, the White House will soon issue a second presidential proclamation to address the large number of non-immigrant (i.e. temporary) work visas. The Center for Immigration Studies has outlined 20 lawful executive actions President Trump could include in the upcoming proclamation, along with several regulatory changes – changes that would help American workers by reducing work visas and work permits to open up more than a million job opportunities.
To help observers compare the content of the upcoming proclamation with our recommendations, the Center has produced a scorecard, which is included below.
View detailed report: "Hire American: 20 Presidential Actions Needed to Reduce Work Visas and Permits".