Work opportunities abound in our country. The need is for unskilled labor. The available jobs are mostly menial and pay low wages. Americans do not want to do this kind of work. Work opportunities do not abound in Mexico. The work force far exceeds the opportunities. The result is unemployment and poverty. Mexico has a surplus of unskilled labor. Our border is effectively closed to the legal entrance of unskilled workers. All of the above are repititious facts, but they are ignored or denied by those who are critical. There can be no solution to immigration until the facts are accepted as having substance and remedial measures are taken. Remedial measures must include a realistic way by which unskilled laborers can be admitted legally to our country to fill the need. A solution for the undocumented immigrants already in this country (some for many years) will never be had until they are first identified and accomodated. It is fustrating just to repeat the facts without some action.
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