Chamber adopts immigration reform policy

Camper, Jack
April 2006
Inside Tucson Business;4/3/2006, Vol. 15 Issue 43, p6
The article approves of the move by the Tucson Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors to adopt a policy that employs a comprehensive, practical approach to immigration reform. The policy emphasizes that any guest worker program should be applicable only to employees. Family members of guest employees must only be granted admittance under current visa requirements.


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