Freelance payment companies are taking advantage of the Trump administration's immigration policies, which are starting to drive more work to freelancers in the U.S. and overseas.

The New York-based Transpay, for example, reports U.S. outbound cross-border transactions it processed increased 93% in the first quarter of 2018, while total transaction value increased 43%. The increase stems from the growth to new enterprise technology and the proliferation of freelance marketplaces in the expanding digital economy—and, arguably, to the regulation of H-1B visas.

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By John Adams

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