InterExchange Work & Travel USA Assists Employers Facing 2005 H-2B Visa Cap Crisis

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The H-2B visa cap has been reached for international seasonal workers arriving before October 1, 2005. InterExchange can still help businesses fill their seasonal staffing needs through the Work & Travel USA program that provides international workers under a J-1 visa for up to 4 months.

InterExchange Work & Travel USA (http://www.worktravelusa.org)

The H-2B visa cap has been reached for international seasonal workers arriving before October 1, 2005. InterExchange can still help businesses fill their seasonal staffing needs through the Work & Travel USA program that provides international workers under a J-1 visa for up to 4 months. This is a free service to employers who participate in the program and includes full support for employers and employees. By staggering arrival dates, employers can cover an entire season making the program an effective solution to the H-2B cap crisis. Work & Travel USA is designated by the U.S. Department of State to sponsor Work & Travel participants on a J-1 visa.

“We are excited to be able to offer this opportunity for U.S. employers who are facing a difficult recruiting season. We are looking forward to our largest summer yet.” said Casey Slamin, InterExchange Work & Travel USA, Program Manager

InterExchange (http://www.interexchange.org) is a non-profit organization located in New York City with over 35 years of experience in international cultural exchange. InterExchange is dedicated to promoting international understanding through its Au Pair USA, Camp USA, Career Training USA, H-2B Visa, Work & Travel USA and Working Abroad programs.

For more information about InterExchange Work & Travel USA program, call 1-800-621-1202 or visit: http://www.WorkTravelUSA.org

Media Contact:

Casey Slamin

InterExchange Work & Travel USA Program

Tel: (800) 621-1202 or (212) 924-0446

Fax: (212) 924-0575

E-mail: worktravel@interexchange.org

Web: http://www.InterExchange.org

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