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Unfilled jobs have U.S. employers vying to hire foreign laborers

Ronda Fox finally got the news last week, three months into planting season: The federal government approved her application to employ more than a dozen temporary foreign workers for her family-owned landscaping business in Aurora, Colo.

She had hoped to have her crew in place by April 1, but had initially lost out in this year’s visa lottery. “Better late than never,” Fox said.


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