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Stop U.S. Companies Recruiting South of the Border

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We have all heard
Donald Trump’s words:

“When Mexico sends its people, they're not sending their best... They're sending people that have lots of problems, and they're bringing those problems with them.

bringing drugs...

bringing crime...


As a result, many Americans continue to believe that undocumented immigrants or “illegal immigrants” are criminals and are draining our economy.

But did you know that many American companies in the meat-processing, meat-packing and agricultural industries have been actively recruiting workers south of the border for decades?

Companies such as Monsanto, Tyson Foods and IBP slaughterhouses have paid immigrant smugglers and have even facilitated false documentation to these individuals in order to have them work in their facilities for extremely low wages and under poor working conditions.

For instance, in 1998, IBP admitted to its recruitment across the border claiming that it was“unable to keep its plants fully staffed with U.S.-based workers, who often can find more appealing jobs elsewhere”!

Although these unauthorized workers have been invited to the United States by U.S. companies, they continue to be seen as criminals and many Americans claim that they are taking their jobs and lowering American workers' salaries.

But is this really true? Whose fault is unauthorized immigration when corporate America is inviting workers from across the border with government knowledge and few consequences?

Please sign our petition and demand Congress to stop forced deportation now until the issue of American companies recruiting Mexican workers can be investigated!

These are taking advantage of the needs of vulnerable individuals, who are now being used as a scapegoat to our economic problems. Let's stop the U.S. from recruiting South of the border!

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