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January 18, 1990
The Replenishment Agricultural Worker program, known as RAW, was created by the 1986 Immigration Reform and Control Act, the most sweeping overhaul of U.S. immigration law in two decades. RAW was basically intended as an insurance program for Western growers concerned that hundreds of thousands of workers who obtained amnesty under the 1986 law would desert the fields for better jobs in other industries. But program applicants will be tapped only should the U.S.
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NEWS
January 18, 1990
The Replenishment Agricultural Worker program, known as RAW, was created by the 1986 Immigration Reform and Control Act, the most sweeping overhaul of U.S. immigration law in two decades. RAW was basically intended as an insurance program for Western growers concerned that hundreds of thousands of workers who obtained amnesty under the 1986 law would desert the fields for better jobs in other industries. But program applicants will be tapped only should the U.S.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 6, 1989 | BOB SCHWARTZ, Times Staff Writer
With a little-known provision of the landmark amnesty program for illegal aliens now taking effect, law enforcement authorities and immigrant rights groups are warning applicants hoping for a last chance at legal status to watch for unscrupulous consultants. "It is simply so important that the immigrant community be educated so that they can be responsible consumers," said Father Jaime Soto, the Diocese of Orange episcopal vicar for Latinos, at a news conference Tuesday in Santa Ana.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 6, 1989 | BOB SCHWARTZ, Times Staff Writer
With a little-known provision of the landmark amnesty program for illegal aliens now taking effect, law enforcement authorities and immigrant rights groups are warning applicants hoping for a last chance at legal status to watch for unscrupulous consultants. "It is simply so important that the immigrant community be educated so that they can be responsible consumers," said Father Jaime Soto, the Diocese of Orange episcopal vicar for Latinos, at a news conference Tuesday in Santa Ana.
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