President Donald Trump has the tech community outraged over his travel ban. But Trump hasn’t forgotten about revamping the H-1B program too.
The H-1B visa is the popular pathway that helps high-skilled foreigners work at companies in the U.S.
It’s a program that’s particularly near and dear to the tech community, with many talented engineers vying for one of the program’s 85,000 visas each year.
During a White House briefing Monday, Press Secretary Sean Spicer said Trump will continue to talk about reforming the H-1B visa program, among others, as part of a larger push for immigration reform.
Spicer said Trump will do so through executive order, as well as by working with Congress.
Details on both options are unclear.
In a draft executive order dated January 23 obtained by CNNMoney, changes could impact numerous programs. There were no details on how this…