U.S. immigration reform talks stalled by wage disputes

U.S. immigration reform talks stalled by wage disputes

23 March, 2013

: Senate negotiations on revamping the U.S. immigration system are stalled over wages for future low-skilled foreign workers such as construction laborers, cooks, janitors and hotel maids, sources familiar with the talks said on Friday.

Bipartisan talks aimed at producing a comprehensive immigration law – including a path to citizenship for undocumented immigrants and a new process for controlling the flow of temporary workers – have been underway for months and were close to producing a bill. There were conflicting versions of the disagreement. Read Full – U.S. immigration reform talks stalled by wage disputes

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