If illegal aliens who'd been here for several years were granted amnesty, they'd have to present proof that they'd been working and such, right? If this post is correct, then employers might oppose that amnesty for fear of being accused of having employed illegal aliens.
While it's good in theory, I see a fly in the ointment. Namely, those busine$$e$ would convince their repre$entative$ to include an amne$ty for employer$, or would simply claim that they had no knowledge that the employee was an illegal alien. And, who would dare to prosecute any such employers anyway?
Immigration · Tue, 04/04/2006 - 20:16 · Importance: 1