Alabama Immigration Law
October 1, 2011 by USA Post
Alabama Immigration Law, 35 Hispanic workers Sirmon farms have left their jobs this month. Owner Joel Sirmon says migrant workers are confused and afraid of the new immigration law and are moving to “safe haven” states like Mississippi, Arkansas and Tennessee. Some are returning to Mexico.
Sirmon says he is struggling to find workers to help harvest his crop of sweet potatoes, but he says that good help is hard to find.
News 5 Sirmon says Hispanics work hard, arrive on time, are not afraid to get dirty time and often have a better work ethic that some U.S. workers hired. He worries that will have difficulty replacing migrant workers who have left.
Immigration law could affect consumers. Vegetable prices could rise in supermarkets and produce stands.
Critics have called the law of Alabama tougher immigration in the U.S. Farmers, who are already struggling because of the weakness of the economy,
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