It makes a beeline that the individuals who are profoundly qualified and filling a part that is underserved are currently being requested to pack their bags and leave the United States.
By the end of June almost 25 Baltimore teachers of the public schools will be getting their visas expired and they will be forced to leave United States and return to Jamaica and Philippines respectively from where they came from which has already created a shortage of teachers in Baltimore.
These teachers made their way to the United States in the middle of 2000s on the basis of H-1B visas, according to this visa employers were allowed to offer jobs to foreign skilled workers in the fields ranging from research, education and technology.
For this purpose, the city of Baltimore hired teachers in the Public Schools for teaching subject’s like special educational fields, science and math.
The district however, has appealed the federal government for an extension in the visas of these particular teachers. But they see no hope regarding the extension in the visas of these teachers because of Trump policies.