To work in

to insert, introduce, mingle, or interweave by labor or skill.

See also: Work

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Alicia Medrano is legally permitted to work in the U.S., but she is so traumatized and frightened by the incursion that she sent her childcare license back to the department.
As a result, many Mexican and Asian workers specifically recruited to Nebraska and Iowa to work in meat plants are being forced to leave their jobs due to intimidation.
They will close and release workers to work in the big three," where, Gouveia said, lack of competition for employees will cause working conditions to deteriorate.
The attempt to document his charges would show that the Immigration and Naturalization Service is not up to the task of making sure that new employees are legally authorized to work in this country.
Accordingly, the administration is merging INS and Social Security system databases to create a worker registry - a list of all people who are authorized to work in this country.
"When I completed the program, I went to work in the Transportation School's course development division.
* Another liberalization lets an individual who commutes to work in the United States from a home in Canada or Mexico to exclude days in determining U.S.
Each one of them is required to fill out an INS I-9 form, attesting to his eligibility to work in the United States.