“He also wants to have tech jobs offered to unemployed Americans before they can be filled by workers with H-1B visas,” according to a report by CNN News.
Even if Trump does not win the Presidency, there is a strong chance that whoever does become President will have something to say about the U.S. immigration policy, which could result in even more changes to U.S. immigration requirements and availability.
It is probably safe to say that these policies will become more stringent rather than more lax, which could result in a more difficult application process and longer waiting times for those who are able to apply for immigration visas.
If you are interested in applying for immigration to the United States, permanent residence in the U.S., or your citizenship, then now is the time to do so. If you are not sure if you currently qualify for a visa, then Boyer Law Firm offers U.S. immigration planning sessions to help you determine if you are eligible to apply, so contact us today.