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Tuesday, December 4, 2007

Legal foreign guest workers caught in middle of immigration stalemate

Thousands could lose jobs unless Congress revises work permit law

Gannett News Service

December 3, 2007

It took a while for foreign workers Monica Regalado, a nursing assistant from Honduras, and Clara Hermosillo, a housekeeper from Mexico, to get their permits to work in the United States.
Both work in environments that employers say are needed to meet industry demands, and which they claim many American workers won't take.

Both also are among hundreds of thousands of legal foreign workers, including engineers, teachers, hotel employees, landscapers, nurses, and nursery and farm workers, who are caught in the crossfire of a stalled immigration debate. >>read entire article


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