Well if they're legal then they're allowed to be here. If they're illegal, round em up and ship em back. I think businesses should actually hire workers in the country first, but it's more expensive. Since the gov't is increasing taxes on everything, then they should increase taxes on businesses who hire foreign workers.
This is no need to reduce the number of workers from other countries who have legal permission to reside in/work in the United States, or other countries.
However, there needs to be more accountability for companies who hire undocumented employees, despite their country of origin. Apparently the ability to run checks for fraudulent documents also needs to be stepped up.
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