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What’s more, companies often do this with the complicity of government officials, records show.
State and federal authorities have allowed companies to violate the spirit — and often the letter — of the law with bogus recruitment efforts that are clearly designed to keep Americans off the payroll. Department of Labor, which is charged with protecting workers and vetting employers seeking visas, said in a statement: “We acknowledge that the laws that authorize these programs are inadequate.” But the department also said that despite limited resources, it “actively pursues measures to strengthen protections for foreign and U. workers.”The H-2 visa was created to address shortages in the American workforce.
But workers tell a different story.“We want to go to work and work all day,” said Derrick Green, 32, a father of six who said he was fired by Hamilton Growers in 2012 after only three weeks picking squash.
“But they don’t want that.”Last year, thousands of American companies won permission to bring a total of more than 150,000 people into the country as legal guest workers for unskilled jobs, under a federal program that grants them temporary work permits known as H-2 visas.
Business groups such as the Chamber of Commerce have lobbied for as many as 400,000 additional H-2 visas per year.
But the issue has been overshadowed by larger debates over the legal status of millions of undocumented immigrants.
At the same time, companies across the country in a variety of industries have made it all but impossible for U. workers to learn about job openings that they are supposed to be given first crack at.
When workers do find out, they are discouraged from applying.
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