Anabella Panessi visits with fellow Argentinian ski instructors at Aspen's Burlingame housing complex in April. Panessi was among hundreds of J1 and H-2B visa workers stuck in resort areas waiting for flights and opened borders to return home. President Trump in June issued a proclamation that banned temporary work visas, stifling resorts that have long relied on the the J-1 visa exchange program. (Provided by Ana Panessi)

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