Immigration Purge Weakens Economy
New York Times writes "Leave it to the Bush administration to throw thousands of law-abiding American workers and companies off a cliff in perilous economic times. That would be the effect of its decision to press ahead with a bad idea: to force businesses to fire employees whose names donít match the Social Security database. The purge is part of a campaign ó along with scattershot workplace raids and the partial border fence ó to make a show of tackling the broken immigration system."
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Greg Siskind writes "Most graduates of foreign medical schools who come to the US to pursue graduate medical training or education do so with a J-1 visa. This category is highly regulated, and anyone who receives graduate medical education on a J-1 visa is automatically subject to the two-year home residency requirement."
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Dear Weekly Editor:
Ken Roberts' letter (ID 3/24/08) is correct. We left the U.S. and reside in a foreign country
cause our medical bills are adjusted by income, meaning we
pay for their medical. Our kids cannot attend the schools
we paid property tax for, having the yellow school buses
because the gvt is spending our tax money not on us
but illegals. If illegals are to work in the u.s. then it
must be as the millions of overseas workers around the
world who alone take a three year contract and are
not a liability. Their families stay in their own country
and the workers sends money home. Their pay is like
10% to 20% of an American worker and these jobs
must not compete with u.s. workers. Allowing illegals
in the u.s. in the numbers we have is the death of
american democracy. We fight the wars, and i am
a Vietnam Veteran and my own family cannot
afford to reside in our own country because we
are paying everyone elses way and our gvt
does not care about u.s. citizens under the
current administration and those religious
groups that assist illegals and push americans
out of the country.
Americans are being drained, have been drained
of their freedom meaning disposable income.
Thats what freedoms defination is by the intl
organizations that rank countries. We have no
freedom. We have not enough disposable income
to funish everyone else and give up jobs to
them also. It is ridiculous. We spend $2billion
a day on foreign aid, we spend 15 billion a month
on the war and then we must provide for millions
of illegals who income does not come close to
covering the medical and educational needs of
their family. 30,000 overseas workers left Lebenon
and they were making $350 a month, but getting
paid only two months of the year. If the u.s. permits
them to make $350 a month, every month, thats
the limit and the company contracting arranges
to pay their medical and their family must
not live in the u.s draining americans further.
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