President Donald Trump made the protection of American jobs and immigration reform major priorities in his campaign, and he has wasted no time acting upon those promises in his first few days in office. Not only has he promised to build a wall, but he also has committed to making major changes to our immigration policies. These changes could greatly affect the country’s H-1B visa program, which has become an essential program for many businesses in the U.S. to fill open positions. So, just how will the actions of the Trump administration affect American businesses?

Anton F. Mertens of Burr Forman, Atlanta

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