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Old 07-20-2017, 04:21 PM   #1
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Mar-a-Lago requests foreign workers during 'Made in America Week'
BY Christopher Brennan
Thursday, July 20, 2017

President Donald Trump holds up a Channellock locking plier during a "Made in America" roundtable event.

(Alex Brandon/AP)
President Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort is celebrating “Made in America Week” by requesting to hire more foreign workers.
The Florida facility asked the Department of Labor to let it bring in 20 cooks, 35 waiters and 15 maids on seasonal visas, according to filings from Thursday.
The move, first reported by Buzzfeed, comes as Trump pushes his “buy American, hire American” slogan during the week he declared for celebrating U.S. manufacturing.

Trump National Golf Club, also in Florida, joined Mar-a-Lago in asking Labor officials to approve the hiring of more foreign employees through the H-2B visa program.

H-2B visas are granted when employers say that there are not enough qualified U.S. workers for the positions and the foreign hiring “will not adversely affect the wages and working conditions of similarly employed U.S. workers,” according to U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services.
It was not immediately clear why Mar-a-Lago believes there are not enough qualified cooks, waiters and maids in the Palm Beach area to work through May 2018.
A Secret Service agent stands watch as President Trump departs after spending the weekend at the Mar-a-Lago.

(© Jonathan Ernst / Reuters/REUTERS)
Nearly 300 U.S. residents have applied for jobs at Mar-a-Lago since 2010 but only 17 have been hired, the New York Times reported last February.
Trump told the newspaper that the rejected Americans were not qualified.

The administration, which announced that it is expanding the H-2B program, has previously come under fire for the Trump Organization’s view of visas clashing with the President’s rhetoric.
Though it was not then “Made in America Week,” Trump National Golf Course in Westchester County, NY was criticized in April for asking to hire foreign waiters and waitresses.
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