Who's Gonna Do the Work?

Novack, Janet
October 2007
Forbes Asia;10/1/2007, Vol. 3 Issue 16, p26
The article reports that employers are turned into immigration police by the U.S. government. Robert and Judith Ahlers have developed Rhino Masonry into a profitable Mesa, Arizona commercial contractor with 70 employees. According to them, some of their workers are illegal immigrants, which put them in the middle of a crackdown on illegal immigration by the U.S. federal government. According to the new rules and laws, employers must either eliminate illegal immigrants from their payrolls or face severe sanctions.


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