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President Donald Trump signed an executive order today aimed at reviewing the hiring practices of federal contractors.
BAL Analysis: The executive order has no immediate impact on the H-1B program. DHS and DOL were already directed by the June 22 work-visa ban to issue regulations or take other actions to ensure the presence of H-1B workers in the U.S. does not disadvantage U.S. workers. The agencies have not yet released details of additional actions relating to the H-1B program. BAL will continue to provide updates on developments as information becomes available.
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