The advisory body, the National Telecommunications and Information Administration, is part of the Department of Commerce. India has 1.2 billion wireless users, but there is little evidence China Mobile has any presence there.
The move comes amid growing tensions between the U.S. and China, after President Trump imposed tariffs on $34 billion worth of goods from China, as of 6 July.
China Mobile is the world's largest telecom carrier with 899m subscribers and while being blocked in the USA may be inconvenient for the company, it would likely not hurt its bottom line as a majority of its business is conducted in its home country.
The Trump Administration's recommendation should come as no surprise considering the tariffs and trade war that is brewing between the United States and China.
Isolated storms, humid holiday ahead
SATURDAY: Clouds give way to sun and finally, we see less intense heat and much lower humidity, especially during the afternoon. He said a cold front will begin to move into ME on Friday , with temperatures expected to drop into the 70s by Saturday .
The news comes in the middle of growing tensions between the United States and China, following a supplier ban placed on its global telecoms vendor ZTE in April.
The Federal Communications Commission should deny China Mobile's application, submitted in 2011, the National Telecommunications and Information Administration said in a filing distributed by email on Monday.
The FCC didn't immediately respond to a request for comment.
"To the contrary, the authorization would pose substantial, unacceptable national security and law enforcement risks".
The company had 901.9 million mobile subscribers, 671.8 million of which are on its 4G network, as of May 31.
Camera-maker Light to launch a smartphone with 9 massive lenses!
Light is now developing the phone and it has also created a prototype with 5 to 9 lens with incredible zoom capabilities. And true to the firm's reputation, the device will reportedly be equipped with more cameras than you can imagine.
That represented the first time a Chinese telecommunications network operator had been singled out as a security threat in the US.
If China Mobile's application went through, it would enable the Chinese government to use it to spy on U.S. government agencies and other targets on domestic phone networks, the agency alleged.
In its recommendation, the NTIA said its assessment "rested in large parts on China's record of intelligence activities and economic espionage targeting the United States", along with China Mobile's size and technical and financial resources.
China Mobile, which has nearly a billion customers in its home country, applied for the license in 2011 at the FCC.
El Chiringuito: Cristiano Ronaldo will leave Real Madrid
But Moggi, however, said that it will be wrong for Juve to get the 33-year-old for €30million salary. Apparently, Real Madrid has accepted Juventus' offer too. "In the next few days I will speak".
Those companies are not Chinese state-owned, but are alleged to have close ties with the Chinese government.