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The new administration has proposed immigration reform for some time this year. With more than 7,000,000 undocumented immigrant workers already employed throughout the U.S., the Unions feel that legalizing these workers would be the most effective solution to protect American working standards for all workers. Workers’ rights are foremost in the minds of labor unions and in concert with congress may come about. A reform bill that will be effective for the future now finally may succeed and provide businesses needed workers and also peace and humanitarian aid to the turbulent undocumented problem.The two largest unions in the country, the AFL-CIO and the Change to Win Federation, have teamed up to support reform of the Immigration laws. In 2007 these two groups were not in accord and consequently immigration reform laws failed. Now the two Unions want reform to proceed through a national commission to determine how many permanent and how many temporary foreign workers will be admitted to the U.S. each year depending on labor needs.
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