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Job moves to U.S. tougher

July 25, 2004|From Chicago Tribune

Which country is the least attractive to employees whose bosses want them to relocate? Would you believe the U.S.?

It may not be No. 1, but it is one of the three most difficult countries for relocations for the first time in the 10 years that GMAC Global Relocation Services has been studying problems and attitudes in its industry.

The company cites the threat of terrorism and the bureaucracy combating it. China and Japan were ranked No. 1 and No. 2, respectively.

Survey participants said that employees from abroad complained about delays in obtaining Social Security cards and visas and said they were generally unhappy about dealing with the immigration bureaucracy.

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