Enlarge / President Donald Trump signing an executive order in February. (credit: Photo by Aude Guerrucci-Pool/Getty Images)
President Donald Trump will sign an executive order today seeking changes to the H-1B visa program, which allows tens of thousands of foreign tech workers to come and work in the US each year.
Trump will go to a manufacturing plant in Kenosha, Wisconsin, to sign the order, according to The Hill, which got wind of the coming order along with other DC news services late yesterday.
Reports came out in the first few weeks of the Trump administration that the new president would seek to change the program via executive order.

The order signed today, though, doesn’t actually change the program at all. Rather, it directs several government departments, including Labor, Justice, Homeland Security, and State, to perform a review of the H-1B program and offer recommendations for changes.
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