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Immigrant's Weekly Dec 18, 2006
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More Guest Workers

Unprecedented enforcement of immigration laws is resulting in a shortage of farm workers, which is pushing Florida growers to use guest workers at a pace not seen for 40 years.

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Readers are welcome to share their comments; send your letters to weeklyeditor@ilw.com.

Dear Weekly Editor:
It seems that USCIS continues to build its bureaucracy. Every time to keep up with a backlog, instead of making sure the employees work a full eight hour day they raise the fees for petitions to add on more employees that will not work a full eight hour day. They know the public wants proper service and will pay for it even when it is unnecessary. Glad DHS was formed to stop all this bureaucracy.

Paul Strack

Dear Weekly Editor:
I've only one comment to make in response to Mr. Steve Hampton's entry 12/04/06. Regarding the level of English proposed it was to be achieved of at least an eighth grade level (not kindergarten). Mr. Hampton has a tarnished knowledge of some things.

Dora Ponce

Dear Weekly Editor:
Steven Hampton is a miserable man. The letters are so bias its sad. How much hate is in this man? Its to bad he is a citizen, no its embarrassing that he is a citizen thinking he represents the united states people.

Susan Retter


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