Trump vows to back bill that could free up thousands of US visas for Irish
The American president has personally promised Taoiseach Leo Varadkar that he will ‘get this done’ in the face of opposition in the US Senate
Thousands of Irish citizens could become eligible to live and work in the US after President Donald Trump promised to throw his weight behind a bill which would allow Irish citizens to apply for E3 visas that have not been taken up by skilled Australian workers.
During a private meeting between Trump and Taoiseach Leo Varadkar on Thursday, the US president promised that he would personally deal with any opposition in the US Senate to...
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