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The Migration Policy Institute Suggests Work Visas For Undocumented

The report, published by the institute’s president, Demetrios G. Papademetriou, mentions that the model will continue to undocumented workers in the country if the bosses are still hiring.

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The recommendation would help farmers and partly solve the problem of the 11 million undocumented foreigners.

A strategy to “combat illegal immigration” is issuing work visas for undocumented labor occupying places considered “low-skilled”, a report published in February 2014 the Immigration Policy Institute.

The agency specializes in the subject indicates that instead of encouraging illegal legal channels must be found to meet the demand for labor organizations in the country.

“Facilitating access to legal visas can address this problem, but it must balance calculations with robust labor demand,” the report, entitled “Curbing the influence of bad actors in international immigration.”

According to the Migration Policy Institute, the model for issuing work visas must be balanced against the interests of local workers, as well as social and labor benefits they receive from the communities.

The report, published by the institute’s president, Demetrios G. Papademetriou, mentions that the model will continue to undocumented workers in the country if the bosses are still hiring.

Illegal immigration is fueled largely because undocumented workers are employed in countries seeking,” says the document, in the section entitled “Combating illegal work.”

The organization, based in the U.S. capital, notes in its publication scheme to create legal jobs legislators must also punish employers who hire undocumented workers.

A 2012 study at the University of Texas A & M found that farmers employing migrant labor produce more than three-fifths of U.S. milk, and that without immigrant labor that production would suffer a sharp drop.

Although the Senate passed in June comprehensive immigration reform, including strengthening border security with Mexico and open a pathway for undocumented immigrants become U.S. citizens, the House of Representatives, Republican majority, has opposed parse the document in its entirety and prefer a piecemeal approach.

Republican lawmakers have maintained its firm stance on immigration reform and the principles that have agreed reject the possibility that citizenship is granted “to individuals who have violated our laws.”

The paper on principles regarding immigration reform proposed by the government, Republicans open the possibility of regularization of undocumented immigrants if they meet requirements as to admit his guilt, his pass rigorous background checks, pay fines and back taxes and be able to support their family, among others.

Republicans, however, are in favor of granting citizenship to those who have served in the armed forces and called “dreamers” who believed that children cannot be punished for the mistakes of their parents.

After this promise could not succeed in his first term, President Barack Obama has considered immigration reform as a priority for 2014.

At the same time, during his administration has deported nearly two million people in the country, a record number in the history of the enforcement of immigration laws.

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