President Donald Trump’s revised travel ban, released Monday, ensures that H-1B visa workers from banned countries won’t have problems as long as they stay in the U.S.

But if they take a trip abroad, they could have trouble returning.The changes unveiled today are technical, and immigration attorneys will be waiting for the U.S.
State Department to clarify the rules.
In the meantime, what may be a greater issue is how the move by Trump affects immigration and travel.[ Find out how to get ahead with our career development guide for developers. | The art of programming is changing rapidly. We help you navigate what’s hot in programming and what’s going cold. | Keep up with hot topics in programming with InfoWorld’s App Dev Report newsletter. ]
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“The real impact will be global in terms of how people perceive the U.S.,” said William Stock, an immigration attorney and president of the American Immigration Lawyers Association.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here

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