Immigration Reform 2010? Mexico doesn’t think so

At least Mexico’s ambassador to the U.S. doesn’t think so. Ambassador Arturo Sarukhan said that a amnesty would be the most unlikely solution, but also advocated for a worker visa program, coupled with a “regularization process (or earned legalization) involving fines, would be a more likely workable solution.

in reference to: Mexico Says Immigration Reform Unlikely in 2010 – NYTimes.com (view on Google Sidewiki)

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