H-1B Visas Get the Ink but Key Workplace H-4 EAD Visa at Risk, Too

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Unnoticed by politicians or pundits, buried by headlines about travel bans and undocumented workers, is the possibility that well over 100,000 individuals gainfully employed in the United States may be about to lose their legally acquired work authorization.

They are the holders of the little-known H-4 visas, which they receive as dependent spouses of foreigners who are entitled to work in the United States in H-1B status. Each year, thousands of highly skilled foreign nationals are sponsored by employers for H-1B status that allows them to work in the United States. Their dependents, spouses and children, may live with them

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