Comment: Bringing In The Peaches - The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports that a study by the Georgia Agriculture Department shows the devastating effect of the Georgia immigration law on the state's agricultural industry.
"The tough laws Georgia passed last year as House Bill 87 likely scared some workers away, the study concluded. Figures released earlier this year said the total losses on more than 40,000 Georgia farms was $74.9 million on seven major crops, and that 11,080 jobs in the fields went begging. State Agriculture Commissioner Gary W. Black said one in five farmers surveyed reported they had trouble finding enough workers in 2011, 40 percent said that the federal guest-worker program was so cumbersome, complex and slow that it was not usable, and farmers can expect more worker shortages this year." This is the pattern we would expect to find in every state that has passed draconian immigration laws. In response to the breakdown of the Federal immigration system, these states are further breaking down the immigration system within their borders, thus compounding the problem. The workers that came to the state to fulfill an economic need will abandon it, and various industries in the state will suffer the consequences. Please let us know your thoughts by writing to us at email@example.com.
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The Immigration Compliance Book, Editors Angelo A. Paparelli, L. Batya Schwartz Ehrens, and Dan Siciliano features contributions from Jason Burritt, Francis E. Chin, Philip C. Curtis, Laura Danielson, John Fay, Bonnie K. Gibson, Richard Gump, Douglas D. Hauer, Susanne C. Heubel, Loan Huynh, Jay Jorgensen, Susan Kelly, Adam Ketcher, Cynthia Lange, Kevin Lashus, Robert F. Loughran, Kristin Major, Johanna Marmon, Cyrus D. Mehta, Maggie Murphy, Michael Patrick, Julie Pearl, Justin A. Rymer, Olivia M. Sanson, Lynn O. Tarran, Vinh C. Trieu, Steve Trow, Greg Wald, Matthew Warren and Michael J. Wildes. The Table of Contents is as follows:
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- Editors' Introduction
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- I-9 Advanced Topics
- Employer E-Verify Considerations
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- DHS Enforcement Through ICE Raids and Audits
- Specialty Topics
- Resource Materials
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