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A US federal judge has granted a motion for preliminary injunction that bars the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) from implementing a new fee structure from October 2. The Department of Homeland Security (DHS), which governs the immigration agency, had earlier proposed an average fee hike of about 20% across categories, which went as high as 75% in the case of L (intra-company transfer) visas.
It's a cycle that has repeated over and over again since President Donald Trump's election. His 2016 campaign was largely based on the promise that he would build a wall between the U.S. and Mexico, and since taking office, immigration has been Trump's signature issue. His administration has rolled out a laundry list of policies aimed at restricting and reforming immigration in the U.S., all of which have been enacted while Trump repeats divisive claims about immigrants themselves.
H-1B’s stated purpose is to attract highly educated specialists to US jobs that companies can’t fill, and while it applies to a number of industries, the majority of recipients work in technology. A 2015 USCIS report to Congress found that the previous year, 65 percent of approved petitions were for computer-related jobs. Facebook is classified as an “H-1B dependent” company, with more than 15 percent of its employees relying on the program. The visas are good for three years, after which they can be extended for another three.