Swaraj, earlier, underscored the need to combat terrorism in her multilateral meetings and sent a "very strong" signal to Pakistan to stop using it as an instrument of state policy.
Ms. Swaraj "strongly raised the issue of H-1B visa and children falling under DACA policy with Secretary Tillerson", Ministry of External Affairs spokesperson Raveesh Kumar posted on Twitter.
Foreign minister Sushma Swaraj urged the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation to strengthen coordination against terrorism and build an anti-terror framework within the eight-country bloc.
BRICS ministers - Swaraj, Aloysio Nunes Ferreira Filho of Brazil, Sergei Lavrov of Russia, Wang Yi of China, and Maite Nkoana-Mashabane of South Africa - "urged concerted efforts to counter terrorism on a firm global legal basis under United Nations auspices" and said "a comprehensive approach was necessary".
The Union Minister also batted for "combined efforts for reforms in International Monetary Fund and of the UN Security Council".
The ministerial meetings of the organisations in their statements called for the early adoption of the Comprehensive Compact on International Terrorism that was proposed by India in 1996 to ban support for terrorist organisations and punish cross-border terrorism. This was a suggestion that India has been giving for years now, and was also said Shared by the US President Donald Trump a few days back while addressing the UN General Assembly Session.
In her meeting with the Denmark Foreign Minister Anders Samuelsen, discussion was held on when to hold the next meeting of the Joint Commission. "The two Ministers discussed regional issues, with a focus on Pakistan, Afghanistan and terrorism".
"On connectivity, there was discussion on how to base them on universally recognised global norms prudent financing and respect for sovereignty and territorial integrity", Kumar said.
Swaraj said India stood with Mexico in this hard time.
The Indian External Affairs Minister will address the annual UN General Assembly Session on Saturday and the day after will leave for India.