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Such offices exists here and there, sometimes to the discontent of the neighborhood. The vetting and recommendation service might unfortunately serve as a handy resource for the INS, though.



It is in the best interests of the immigrants to at least approach some form of legitimacy, and regular employment can help that. It is doubtful mass deportation would happen. Also, do those folks on street corners ever get busted? If not, would a center for them get busted?


It probably would in Arizona, but anywhere else it would just be a sensationalized Fox News headline:

'Internet hackers organize illegals to take american jobs.'


> Also, do those folks on street corners ever get busted?

Here in Phoenix, they do. Google Sherriff Joe Arpaio if you're not familiar with him.




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