Trans Tortillas Ch3

Trans Tortillas Ch3 - Bob Hanna November 16th, 2010 Munoz,...

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Bob Hanna November 16th, 2010 Munoz, C.B. (2008). Transnational Tortillas. Ithaca, New York: Cornell University Chapter 3 Pages 38-64 Summary This chapter starts off by talking about how the U.S. immigration laws used to be and how they changed over time. Being an illegal immigrant used to be a civil violation but now it is a criminal violation, this being the case illegal immigrants can be fined or imprisoned for a violation of these laws, no matter how small. It goes on to say that people who help the immigrants can also be punished with up to five years in prison. Also people whom intend to hire immigrants must put the social security number in the Employment Eligibility Verifications system (EEVS). This will tell the employer if the social security number is real or not and if s/he could employs this particular person. By the 1980s, however, these changed because the United States realized the need for immigrants as a secondary labor market. In 1986 a new immigration law appeared called the Immigration Reform and Control Act or IRCA. The IRCA legalized three million illegal
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Trans Tortillas Ch3 - Bob Hanna November 16th, 2010 Munoz,...

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