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Refers to the provision in federal immigration law under which aliens can be granted temporary visas to enter the country for work in agriculture. Farm lobbyists have sought revisions in the H-2A program, which they contend is too restrictive, to make it easier for them to employ temporary foreign workers.  
 
Refers to the provision in federal immigration law under which aliens can be granted temporary visas to enter the country for work in agriculture. Farm lobbyists have sought revisions in the H-2A program, which they contend is too restrictive, to make it easier for them to employ temporary foreign workers.  
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[[Category: Political Science]]
 
[[Category: Political Science]]

Latest revision as of 14:35, 29 October 2019

Refers to the provision in federal immigration law under which aliens can be granted temporary visas to enter the country for work in agriculture. Farm lobbyists have sought revisions in the H-2A program, which they contend is too restrictive, to make it easier for them to employ temporary foreign workers.

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