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H-2B Visas, The Department of Labor Protecting Local and Foreign Workers

Immigration
Author : Sarah Gulati

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In order to alleviate some of the unemployment woes felt by many U.S.
citizens around the country, the Department of Labor has created new
rules for importing foreign workers under H-2B Visas. H-2B Visas
are those used by non-skilled laborers to enter the country to work for
a limited period. In South Florida, many of these workers come into
the country to work in country clubs and resorts, but the new rules may
decrease the number of immigrant workers that enter the South Florida
workforce.

For more information please visit our blog:
http://boyerlawfirmblog.com/2012/02/27/h-2b-visas-the-department-of-labor-protecting-local-and-foreign-workers/



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