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first_imgA PROPOSAL THAT employers who take on Irish students on a J1 visa pay fees to the US government has been criticised by an Irish MEP.In an interview with Karen Coleman of radioep.ie, Fine Gael MEP Sean Kelly said that the proposal is that companies in America should sponsor J1 visa applicants for $500.He continued:Now this is first of all unfair and secondly it is unworkable. Because most of the students going out wouldn’t even have jobs before they go out; they are dependent on people outside they might know.He said that in particular, GAA clubs would find jobs for people on J1 visas, and “often the job might be one month here and one month there, part-time and so forth but they are all happy out with it”.If this is introduced it is going to be most unfair, we had over 7000 students who went to the US last year and it would more or less wipe it out overnight. According to the proposed bill, the government would collect fees including:Mitigation fees collected from employers who employ aliens described in section 101(a)(15)(J) of the Immigration and Nationality Act… through the Summer Work Travel Program.The US Senate committee opened its debate on the immigration reform bill backed by President Barack Obama in early May. If passed, it would lead to legal status for millions of people without papers in the country.Yesterday, the union representing US Citizenship and Immigration Services employees said that measures in the Bill would “damage public safety and national security and should be opposed by lawmakers”.There are an estimated 50,000 undocumented Irish immigrants in the United States who are ineligible for social security but can’t return home to Ireland as if they do they could be barred from re-entering the US.Read: Blow to hopes of illegal Irish as immigration officers slam bill>last_img read more