The possibility of a landmark deal came as the International Labour Organization opened an office in Doha on Sunday, part of an agreement under which the United Nations agency will oversee wholesale labour reform by the 2022 World Cup host.
New rules would affect nearly 15 million foreigners who apply for visas to enter the U.S. each year
30-day visa-free travel for nationals of 7 countries including Turkey
Business and commercial trip will no longer require official invitation, Ankara's envoy to China says
Decision will go into effect on Jan. 1 of next year
US missions in Turkey announce partial end to nearly month-long visa logjam, in move easing bilateral row
Moves mark partial end to nearly month-long visa logjam between Ankara, Washington
Measure ‘constitutes a flagrant violation of agreements and resolutions of Gulf Cooperation Council
Talks were productive and made substantial progress on the overall agenda, the State Department says
Turkey's move comes in retaliation to the U.S. Embassy in Ankara which suspended all non-immigrant visa operations
Restrictions will not affect determination of applications from individuals not covered by the visa sanctions
The pontiff said humanitarian corridors should be set up for those in need -- a move that could prevent the deaths of people attempting perilous journeys across deserts and seas.
Move in response to alleged abuses by employers
Decree issued 2 days before Venezuelans vote on controversial measure
The measure, which goes into effect on Thursday, will not include spouses of Egyptians or university students who will be granted tourist visas on arrival, foreign ministry spokesman Ahmed Abu Zeid said.
Homeland Security Dept. announces intent to dismantle rule aimed at bringing foreign entrepreneurs to US
Team mentor is denied visa, in move members say will affect their trip to competition in Washington
Students were looking forward to participate in First Global robotic competition scheduled for July 16 in Washington
Applicants must prove close family relationship US citizen
Trump's administration believes the current system led to a "flood" of relatively low-wage, low-skill workers in the tech sector.
Immigration authorities already announced earlier in April measures to combat "fraud and abuse" in issuing the visas.