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Gregory Noorigian Professor Susana Marcelo CAS 113A 26-September-2017 Noorigian 1 Domestic Workers in the United States Ultimately, “Undocumented Latinas: The New Employable Mother”, and “Maid in America” by “ Anayansi Prado” both display hardships of undocumented workers in America. In the Article, “Undocumented Latinas: The New Employable Mother”, it discusses people hiring undocumented workers unlawfully in the United States. In “Maid in America” by “Anayansi Prado”, they discuss the lives of the Undocumented workers and some of the jobs that they do. The documentary discusses the family lives that they have. This can also mean some of the disadvantages that they encounter while in the country. They are substantial disadvantages that they encounter. In other words, they both display what it is like to be an undocumented worker. Three main points that show these things are; family issues, non-lawful hiring of workers, and jobs available to them. The gap between undocumented and documented workers is unacceptable because it doesn’t make any sense. The families of undocumented workers face a great amount of stress. They don’t know how much they are going to make in the long-run Working undocumented in America is also a difficulty in many ways. The hardship is unreal. Most of the jobs available to undocumented workers require low skill or no documentation. This means you can walk into a job and possibly learn on the spot. Many of these women come in not knowing if they will find consistent work during their time here. They have a variety of
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Noorigian 2 different jobs available to them. According to the documentary, “Maid in America” by “Anayansi
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  • Spring '09
  • Proff.Carlos
  • English, Immigration to the United States, Domestic worker, Maid

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