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The Biden Administration has now announced new major changes to the Visa process in order to retain many foreign students studying STEM.

The Details: The proposed policy changes seek to ease the path of foreign STEM students studying and working in the U.S.

The new policies have long been called for by Silicon Valley tech giants who benefit from the cheap labor provided by the foreign students.

One of the biggest changes will be an expansion of the disciplines that will qualify foreign students to stay and work in the United States while retaining their student Visas.

During the past five years, enrollment of foreign students in US universities has declined significantly.


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Ruby Pearce
Ruby Pearce
4 months ago

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DennisBAnderson
DennisBAnderson
4 months ago

Oh, thank you Biden thank you ever so for allowing foreigners to stay here with their VISAs. Youre in charge of the wrong country.

sonia
sonia
4 months ago

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L J
L J
4 months ago

This guy turns everything he touches into S_ _ t. Everyone knows that the student Visa system has been abused. Students overseas often are paying others to take their placement exams. Given an OK to come to the US where they NEVER show up at school, and disappear into the interior of the country. There are no requirements the colleges track or report foreign students who fail to show up. He wants to make it EASIER for them to enter the country??? Of course, to make the tech giants happy, who would prefer cheaper pay scale foreigners than hiring America, and prop up his Presidency. The price of no mean tweets: fewer employed Americans and more unaccounted for foreigners.