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How do you sponsor a illegal Mexican immigrant worker?


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Answered 2007-07-25 13:40:38

Persons who are illegally within the US are not eligible for obtaining permanent residency and cannot be sponsored unless they qualify under the guidelines of being an asylee or a refugee.

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Of course he's an illegal worker he's Mexican.


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The person working will have a work permit or landed immigrant papers this is up tho his employer to see it, otherwise it really is no one's business, which brings into question, how does one really know whether the person is illegal or not?/


The starting wage for a Mexican Resort worker in an all inclusive hotel in the entertainment department is 270.11 mexican pesos per day.


You should, unless that illegal "alien" is a family member or friend. Or a worker/co-worker.



my understanding is some people do not consider it right to call someone an illegal alien/immigrant because it classifies them as a criminal, and they believe that saying undocumented immigrant is a better term because no one should be called a criminal because they entered the country without papers in order to make a better life for their family.


If he is an immigrant but is legal to work within the country and has a residence there then surely you owe him all obligations normally given to a normal worker.


If the person is illegal because he overstayed a visa, then yes, he can adjust status and become "legal." If the person is illegal because he snuck into the United States, then he cannot become legal without first leaving the country. Having "US citizen children" or being the "only worker in the family" is irrelavent to the case. The wife will need to prove that she can support him at 125% of the poverty level in order for him to immigrate, so being "the only worker in the family" probably weighs more negatively than positivlely in the case.


If by "undocumented worker" you actually mean an ILLEGAL ALIEN, yes, it is.


If you mean is it legal to HIRE a legal immigrant, then yes, certainly. It is ILLEGAL for employers to prefer US citizens over legally admitted immigrants. everyone legally allowed to work in the USA competes with every other legal worker. The ILLEGALS must sit out the competition and not work anywhere.


The influx of immigrant worker affected the American manufacturing because of economic issues. Many of the immigrant workers were willing to work for small wages for other sectors that competed with manufacturing companies.


I would go down to Social Services and tell them what happened. A social worker should be able to help you get the information you need.


That depends on that person's status. He could be an alien, a visiting worker or a landed immigrant.


Because UK jobs are for UK citizen


Obviously because they are atheists. They decided to use a migrant worker instead. The holiest of days for millions across the globe and instead they choose to honer an illegal immigrant that breaks the law. I am shocked. I will now use Bing instead.


Depends. If a worker is getting paid by the hour and is not otherwise exempt, it usually is illegal for an employer not to pay overtime.


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ExtraterrestrialsIf you mean illegal alien, it would be an undocumented worker(person).


To avoid the negative connotations of the term "illegal aliens", the term used is "undocumented workers". The terms apply to virtually the identical groups of individuals.Addendum"Undocumented alien" is an alternative to "undocumented worker" (especially if they are unemployed!); also, unlawful immigrant, undocumented immigrant, unauthorized alien. "Out of status" is a term that an immigration lawyer will use when speaking to his client.It is interesting that a tourist is considered a "foreigner" or a "foreign citizen", but when his visa expires he becomes an "alien." "Foreign national" is a more neutral term that would cover both groups.Referring to a person as an "alien" has the effect of dehumanizing them. Referring to a human being as being inherently "illegal" has the effect of demonizing them.


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