Indians studying in American educational institutions ought not to be kicked out as the country needs smart people like them, Republican presidential leader Donald Trump has said as he looked to set the record straight about his immigration policies.
Indian students shouldn’t be kicked out of US: Donald Trump
“Whether we like that or not, they pay, and so forth, and whatnot but rather we instruct alot of people, very smart people. We need those people in the nation,” Trump, 69, told Fox News in a meeting when gotten some information about his perspectives on immigration process.
“They can’t come into the nation. You know, they go to Harvard, they are first in their class and they’re from India they do a reversal to India and them set up institutions and they make a fortune and they utilize loads of individuals and the majority of that,” he said.
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“Few People need to stay in this nation and then need. I think some people that experiences years of collage in this country we shouldn’t show them out the day they graduate, which we do,” Trump said clearing up his position certain part of H-1B visas.
Trump has been broadly blamed for having a “win or bust” position with regards to outsiders. There are about the approximately 11 million undocumented immigrants in the United States.
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He has been advocating the scrapping of the H-1B visa program from the earliest starting point of his campaign as he supposes it seems to be “Very Unfair” for American specialists and has been taking away their jobs.
IT experts from India and real Indian IT companies are beneficiary of H-1B, a non-settler visa in the US which permits US employers to incidentally utilize foriegn workers in speciality occupation.