San Diego Law Review

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The major failure of present laws dealing with the immigration regulations is in the area of labor importation, certification and control. Over 90 percent of all problems facing the Immigration and Naturalization Service emanate from illegal-entrant alien workers. The purpose of this Article is to illustrate failures of the present laws, consider proposed remedies, and offer an alternative route for alleviation of the problem. The authors' proposal is directed toward further economic research, sociological studies and comprehensive political analyses to propose a legislative package which would completely supplant the present Act.