American Chamber Mexico supports immigration "reform"

The "American Chamber Mexico" is apparently similar to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce:
The American Chamber is an independent organization that fosters business ties between Mexico and the United States. Its member companies represent 85 percent of the foreign investment in Mexico.
They're also coming out in favor of the McCain-Kennedy massive amnesty scheme:
[AmCham president Larry Rubin] said migration reform would benefit both businesses and Latin American workers. He added the American chamber's collective clout has helped push legislation in the past.

"This forum helped achieve the approval of the Central American free trade agreement less than a year ago, thanks to the Amcham presidents," Rubin said...


"would benefit both businesses and Latin American workers"

Yes, it probably would. But I don't these are, or should be, the only considerations.