|From||Bill McGarrity||0:0/0.0||Date Write||2018-06-20 17:40:00|
|To||Robert Bashe||0:0/0.0||Date Arrived||2018-06-21 01:20:16|
|Subj||War With Russia|
-=> Robert Bashe wrote to Gregory Deyss on 06-20-18 12:05 <=-
RB> Gregory Deyss wrote to Ward Dossche on Tuesday June 19 2018 at 07:36:
GD> What we did not do is "but the line", sneak in the country, in the
GD> cloak of darkness. We did not expect others to take care of us through
GD> Government handouts.
RB> You make one assumption here that I consider unjustified.
RB> That is, that all illegal immigrants only want to live without working
RB> on government handouts.
RB> My impression is that many would _like_ to work, but in view of the
RB> lack of documentation (Social Security Card) are prevented from doing
RB> so in most cases.
Undocumented can get an ITIN (Individual Taxpayer Identification nember) which
allows them to file witholding taxes yet does NOT give them the right to file
for any social benefits. So they gladly pay without any of the reward.
RB> I wonder why - to my knowledge - there has been no discussion of such a
RB> system either here or in the USA, since it would also alleviate
RB> feelings such as those you express above. No "featherbedding", just
RB> honest work.
they are allowed to work here. There is a US program called H1-B that allows
foreign workers to work legally IF the said jobs didn't have any US citizens
capable of doing them. The number of these visas were 500 per year. Trump
signed an EO limiting the amount to 300 but not before Mar-A-Largo was approved
for 100 visas to import cooks, busboys and chambermaids. Meanwhile, the
Maryland crab industry, the fruitgrowers around the country and the food
service industry that depends on these undocumented workers are hurting. Pretty
soon a crab dinner is going to cost more that a lobster...
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