And those contractors work for white businessmen who know they are hiring illegals but use those contractors anyway.
Thats not what is happening, the "contractors" are hired by an agency, which pays them, and the agency is hired by the developer. Its not the developers job to verify immigration status.
The "agency" is typically run by a Hispanic speaker, someone that can "aquire" the labor needed. I saw this with when I had my roof done, not one White person involved. The general rule of thumb is if it requires credentials, its probably a citizen.
But the fact is it shouldn't be anyone's responsibility accept the governments.
It just CANT be a white person's fault.
#84 | POSTED BY SPEAKSOFTLY
You are the one blaming colors.
If you really felt corporations and "white" business men are the issue, why not have eVerify be mandatory?
But you don't, why? Why is it a corporations or businesses responsibility to "Verify" legal documents the perspective employee gives the corporation?
How much should it spend to Verify? How will it verify? Should they charge the respective employee? Perhaps as a FEE? to be returned if verified as a citizen?