Four views: How will the work visa ban affect tech and which changes will last? – TechCrunch
Four views: How will the work visa ban affect tech and which changes will last?
The Trump administration’s decision to extend its ban on issuing work visas to the end of this year “would be a blow to very early-stage tech companies trying to get off the ground,” Silicon Valley immigration lawyer Sophie Alcorn told TechCrunch this week.
Four TechCrunch staffers analyzed the president’s move in an attempt to see what it portends for the tech industry, the U.S. economy and our national image:Danny Crichton: Trump’s ban is a “self-inflicted” blow to our precarious economyAmerica’s economic supremacy is increasingly precarious.
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Remote work pushed employers toward keeping workers where they are (both domestically and overseas) rather than centralizing them in a handful of corporate HQs.
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