United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) chief Francis Cissna has indicated in a letter to 15 US lawmakers that the Trump administration is firmly on track to likely revoking work permits given to more than 100,000 spouses of H1B workers in America. Cissna responded with a crisp one-pager to a written request from lawmakers asking the Trump administration to “reconsider” its plan to revoke work permits for H1B workers’ spouses on H4 visas.

The USCIS is America’s visa regulator under the umbrella of the Department of Homeland Security.

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