posted on Jun, 25 2013 @ 07:30 PM
Originally posted by TheRedneck
In the past, there have been reports of Mexico actually encouraging immigration into the United States...
I doubt there is any official govenmental department in Mexico encouraging unlawful immigration. I do know, however, there are private US enterprises
actively recruiting such immigration and providing passage. This is so commonplace I can understand there would be programs to discourage such
You realize some years back importing temporary labor was a common and accepted practice? However, after farm workers began to organize for better
wages and working conditions and when regular migrant workers were qualifying for Social Security pensions and began collecting them it was determined
to be more economically sound to discontinue migrant worker programs and just leave a back door open instead.
In recent years at Mexican Immigrations office I have seen a huge influx of families returning to Mexico with US-born children they have had to
process into the Mexican system, along with Latino children new in schools here that speak much better English than Spanish.
For people to have jobs here, attend schools, and utilize government programs they do need to have the proper immigrations credentials. The US
do the same but does not do so. I wonder why??
edit on 25-6-2013 by Erongaricuaro because: (no reason given)