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Immigration Daily has a diverse readership, which includes members from the immigration law profession, government employees, not-for-profits, media, employers, immigrants, etc. Yesterday's Third Circuit decision, Camphill Soltane v. Ashcroft, No. 03-1626 (3rd Cir. Aug. 26, 2004), where the court referenced a document available on ILW.COM prompted us to perform a Google search for links to ILW.COM from US government websites. The proof is in the pudding. A Google search limited to government sites for the search term, "ILW.COM", produced 24 results, with ILW.COM links appearing on a US Embassy, a US Senator's website, in Congressional testimony, and at the National Institute For Literacy. We encourage our government readers to link to materials available on ILW.COM.
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The High Cost of Cheap Labor
Illegal Immigration and the Federal Budget
Steven A. Camarota of the Center for Immigration Studies writes "Put simply, the mere fact that employers want more workers, and foreigners wish
to work in this country, does not mean that Americans necessarily benefit from their coming.
This fact must be considered when formulating policy."
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