Published by : The Economic Times - Date: June 24, 2020
“It is incomprehensible how keeping a spouse outside the United States protects US jobs... In that case, you could have suspended their work authorisation. That smacks of political ransom rather than policy,” said Rajiv S Khanna, managing attorney at immigration law firm, Immigration.com. Dependants on H-4 and L-2 visas are legally not allowed to work and restricting their entry would not impact unemployment levels, he added.