Attorney General Jeff Sessions issued a stern warning to U.S. companies as they began applying for coveted skilled-worker visas Monday that the Trump administration would prosecute employers that overlooked qualified American workers in filling the jobs.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions issued a stern warning to U.S. companies as they began applying for coveted skilled-worker visas Monday that the Trump administration would prosecute employers that overlooked qualified American workers in filling the jobs. Pablo Martinez Monsivais AP
Attorney General Jeff Sessions issued a stern warning to U.S. companies as they began applying for coveted skilled-worker visas Monday that the Trump administration would prosecute employers that overlooked qualified American workers in filling the jobs. Pablo Martinez Monsivais AP

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