The Trump administration is making an additional 35,000 temporary worker visas available this year, the Department of Homeland Security announced Thursday.
The visa, formally known as H-2B, allows employers to bring foreign workers to the United States for temporary non-agricultural jobs, such as landscaping, hospitality and other industries.
DHS said in a statement Thursday that the "supplemental allocation was determined after extensive consultation with stakeholders—including members of Congress and the Department of Labor," adding that it's "intended to strike a careful balance that benefits American businesses and American workers."
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