The tech industry has been stressed by the Trump administration’s determination to limit visas for skilled employees. But as The New Yorker’s Sheelah Kolhatkar explains, there are no such limits when it comes to hotel workers. “When it comes to the hospitality industry, though, Trump is much more, well, hospitable. His Administration recently made it harder to get H1-B visas, but he has expressed no objection to the visa category that hotels and resorts use — the H-2B — to attract low-cost, low-skilled seasonal labor. In fact, at Mar-a-Lago, his Palm Beach club, the visas are still in active use. Why the exception to the no-exception rule?” The Foreign Workers Of Mar-A-Lago.
+ Forbes: 83% of America’s Top High School Science Students are the Children of Immigrants. (My parents came all the way to America only to be stuck with a Humanities major for a son…)