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Old July 21st, 2014, 07:42 AM
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Originally Posted by Bruce Chafkin1 View Post
You may or may not remember that cruise lines used to do this. But then things changed. Many countries - starting with the USA - decided that those ship entertainers who were working in the terminal were taking jobs away from the locals. So they are no longer allowed to work off the ship.
There is one exception. If the entertainers are US Citizens, they can legally work on the pier or in the terminal.
But the bad news is if they are US Citizens, the cruise lines don't want to hire them - because among other issues, they will refuse to put in the extra time to work on the pier.
So it's obvious that the ship board workers weren't taking away work from Americans because no Americans have come to replace the ship board workers who were told to stay on ship.
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