"News" piece on the post September 11 crackdown on immigration violations, which
"News" piece on the post September 11 crackdown on immigration violations, which is having little effect on hiring summer help for Maine's tourism industry. It had been feared that the practice would be jeopardized by the renewed scrutiny of the student visa program since the terrorist attacks. But employers are reporting no significant new obstacles to hiring foreign students. According to Vaughn LeBlanc of Maine's Department of Labor, some 2,821 requests have been made by 199 employers so far this year, compared to 2,886 requests by 232 employers for all of last year. With comments by several business managers who hire foreign students annually, including Kathryn Weare of Cliff House in York, and Lisa Sylvestre of Palace Playland amusement park in Old Orchard Beach.
Immigration, Employees, Temporary
Burnett, Lee, ""News" piece on the post September 11 crackdown on immigration violations, which" (2002). Maine News Index – Maine Times. 5953.
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