Last week, the U.S. Supreme Court suspended President Obama’s executive actions on immigration. The Supreme Court’s ruling maintains the legal standoff that has kept the administration from implementing a deferred action program that would allow certain undocumented Americans to apply for work authorization and protection from deportation. These executive actions, however limited, would have provided immigration relief for over five million undocumented workers.
“Immigrant workers are by far the most likely group to face gross exploitation on the job and we all know that when one worksite is dangerous, the standards for working people everywhere get worse,” said UFCW International President Marc Perrone. “Today’s decision means thousands of hard-working men and women will have to continue living inside a broken immigration system that forces them all towards an uncertain future.”
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