Illegal Workers Swept From Jobs in ‘Silent Raids’

While the sweeps of the past commonly led to the deportation of such workers, the “silent raids,” as employers call the audits, usually result in the workers being fired, but in many cases they are not deported. Full Story »

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Moises Figueroa
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by Moises Figueroa - Jul. 11, 2010

I like they just inform the public and are going very impartial over the facts, as much as they can I guess.

I agree with the raids because the cause of illegal employees working for companies I think start by a very poor screening from employers. Some have suggested they ignore some facts in order to obtain a cheap labor ( I mean they charge less than US workers) by these people. I think the government should pay attention in the way they were hired and what the standards are and may be set some controls in that area. Also, I think it is not right employers should fired a person just because it "looks" as an "illegal one", it will be prejudice and not good control.

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