Beijing, August 14 (Xinhua) according to the Chinese website of the United States, many companies once jointly opposed or even sued against the “immigration restriction order” signed by US President trump. However, on August 12 local time, the U.S. State Department issued a notice saying that some foreign workers could be excluded from the “restriction order”, including: < / P > < p > · professionals in public health or health care, personnel engaged in research related to new coronavirus, or personnel engaged in medical research related to public health. < / P > < p > · applicants with the same employer, the same position and the same visa type. And if the employer changes this employee, it will bring economic losses. The visa officer can decide whether to issue a visa based on his form i-129.
2。 The employer is a key infrastructure area and the applicant can bring important and irreplaceable contributions to the company (e.g. holding a senior position). Key infrastructure areas include chemistry, communications, energy, financial services, agriculture, public health and health care, information technology, etc. < / P > < p > 4. The applicant has been proved to have a professional level related to his / her field, such as obtaining a higher degree such as a doctor, or having many years of working experience in the relevant field. < / P > < p > in addition, exemption rules for other visa types (including H-2b, J-1, l-1a, l-1b, H-4, L-2 and J-2) have also been introduced. < / P > < p > although the US state department announcement indicates that the exemption conditions mentioned are only special cases, it is not difficult to see after reading the rules that they cover a wide range of foreign workers in various situations. Experts from the center for immigration studies believe that this is basically equivalent to the exclusion of all foreign workers from the ban. < / P > < p > legal firms have also quoted immigration lawyers as saying that the new state department exemption may still prevent junior employees from obtaining a visa for the first time, but will allow more senior and experienced employees to return to work in the United States.