Why are embassies around the world sending students to US and giving them jobs?
I live in Florida and just about every fast food joint I go to. Ones like McDonald's, Subway, Wendy's, etc....They have foreign students working there or running the place. I am talking about Russian, Thai, Brazilian, and Ukraine. I don't think its right. Anyone agree?
Asked By: BeachBoy - 8/1/2012
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I agree with Uncle. Embassies do not send students to the US, embassies of sovereign nations send their own foreign service officers or diplomats to the US to work in diplomacy or negotiations. These workers might have been here for college and found an opportunity to earn an extra dollar by flipping burgers, which as... More
Answered By: Maffet_Puppet - 8/1/2012
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Students can work during school breaks while on F1 visas. Would you prefer they hang out on street corners and steal peoples' wallets?
Answered By: brucec83 - 8/1/2012
its just your imagination embassies do not send people I live in florida and have never noticed any changes like you claim to see
Answered By: Uncle - 8/1/2012
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