So far, J-1 visas
were not mentioned as being a part of the ban.
Typically, those who have J-1 visas
are required to return to their home country for two years before they can obtain an H1-B visa, which allows employers to employ foreign workers in specialty occupations.
The case alleges that the luxury resort has been substituting entry-level line cook positions-designated as 'Cook III'-with immigrant workers on J-1 visas
, which offer cultural and exchange opportunities in the United States through programs like summer work travel, student exchanges, and internships among others.
It's ironic that I've spent this fall encouraging Americans to advocate for the White House not to drastically reduce or eliminate J-1 visas
for camp cultural exchange programs while also keynoting at the 3rd China Camp Education Conference (CCEC) and representing ACA at the 11th International Camping Congress (ICC).
on H-1B and J-1 visas
in 2012, down from a peak of nearly 20,000 in 2009, according to a report from Education International, a federation of worldwide teachers unions.
However, medical students applying for J-1 visas
also may experience processing delays because of President Trump's March 6 Executive Order on immigration.
Medical students applying for J-1 visas
may experience processing delays because of President Trump's March 6 Executive Order on immigration.
Currently, foreign physicians scheduled to serve their residencies at American hospitals are encountering extremely long delays in obtaining J-1 visas
from US Embassies in their countries, particularly in India and Pakistan.
The new regulations for the so-called J-1 visas
are also meant to enhance safeguards for participants of the Summer Work Travel program.
Ross has spent the past 10 years doing J-1 visas
for exchange programs in the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, and now wants to move into human resources work.
"The problem with J-1 visas
is that many are unable to work the entire season and must go back when their vacations are up," said Brown.