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Mon Aug 1, 2016, 11:57 PM Aug 2016

What is in the contracts for the waivered visa workers?

I still think this may be yuuuge. He has applied for 78 recently but also has brought over a lot more over the years. What is in their contract? Do they have to pay for transportation or other associated costs? The trump org. could charge them with interest if so. Are there clauses if they don't make it the entire time they have to pay back any costs? Fire them 2 days before for some bogus reason that they can say they did not fulfill their obligations. Just from the way he does business I have the feeling he may have a worse record paying them then he does with the U.S. citizens he had do work for him. He would know it would be very difficult for any of them to get any money back and probably count it as a loss knowing they would not be able to keep up with a law suite.

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What is in the contracts for the waivered visa workers? (Original Post) duncang Aug 2016 OP
Bumping this with another thing that should be looked at duncang Aug 2016 #1


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1. Bumping this with another thing that should be looked at
Wed Aug 3, 2016, 08:39 PM
Aug 2016

One plus from his view would being able to bypass anti-discrimination laws. Get workers from a employment agency overseas allows him to keep his staff there all white. The employment agency is not going to say anything different.

The section of the post above also ties in with the recent post on what some companies have in their contracts. It was about a clause in the contract saying if the person did not complete 2 years of service he would have to pay back money to them. I couldn't find the post been a lot of posts since then.

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