The State Department has banned one company from a summer program that brings foreign students to the United States and has signaled that the government will increase oversight of the program, The New York Times reported. The program is designed to give foreign university students the chance to spend a summer working in and learning about the United States, but reports have indicated that some companies use the program for cheap foreign labor.
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