Employers Asking for Legal Immigrant Data Bases Now
In the United States of America some industries have been targeted as those most apt to hire illegal aliens and this is due to a long track record of abuse of exploitation of Hispanic workers and also of fines and violations. There are many such industries such as landscaping and carwashes especially. But there are many other industries on that list.
The United States government is saying that it will crack down on employers who hire illegal aliens in goal after them as if they are criminals or as if they were criminal organization such as a gang or the mob. Of course many such businesses are quite worried in their asking Congress to put into the new immigration law a statue which would allow for a national legal immigrant database so they can check to make sure when those people who want to work at the carwash let's say are in the database and are legal.
This is because so many people have fake ID cards and the businesses such as the carwashes cannot know who is legitimate, who isn't illegal alien and which ID cards are real. Their excuse is that with a national database they can simply go and look up on the computer to see if the person is legitimate and if they are then they can hire them and if they're not they can call authorities.
Sounds innocent enough doesn't? But personally having been in the carwash industry, I think most carwash owners or criminals and exploit Hispanic labor and pocket those payroll taxes they are supposed to be paid into the system. I just don't trust them, but of course this article is my personal opinion. Consider this in 2006.