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Dear Editor:
If the president is truely committed to his oft stated: "When we find a willing employer and a willing [sic. undocumented] employee, we ought to match the two", he should make it come to pass legally. It can be done by allowing the "willing" employee to voluntarily go back to his homeland with a grant of a legal visa to return to his employment, provided he has a confirmed affidavit of employment and support issued by his "willing" employer. The 3/10-year ban barrier can be waived (or better still, that law should be repealed). There are neither amnesties granted nor awards given. The immigrant is documented and identified. He is lawfully employed and supports the country with his taxes like any other worker. The "willing" employer with his affidavit is committed to pay a comparable wage and to observe the rights of his employee. Everyone comes out a winner---the employer, the employee, homeland security, and the government.

Richard E. Baer



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