No job, no visa: State Departments changes to rules could mean fewer summer employees
Zoran Knezevic, 25, of Bosnia-Herzegovina, center, works his rolling chair on the Atlantic City Boardwalk. Changes to J-1 visa applications apply to Bulgaria, Russia, Romania, Ukraine, Belarus and Moldova, which combined account for about half of the foreign workers in New Jersey through the CIEE, a nonprofit that places more than 10,000 foreign students with U.S. employers.
Posted: Saturday, February 1, 2014 11:19 pm
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