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A Pew survey conducted between 20 found that construction was the sector that employed the second-largest number of illegal immigrants, after the service industry.
The guy who made the ad all but admitted the purpose of the ad was to draw illegal immigrants to work for the company.
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In the full-length, six-minute version, which the company said was rejected by Fox for being too political, the mother and daughter are despondent when they encounter an enormous wall in the desert.
Then the little girl presents the mom with a crude American flag she has assembled from scraps of plastic bags, and the pair discover a gigantic set of doors in the wall. The ad is an unmistakable invitation to lawbreaking from a building-supplies company that, because of the industry it represents, is strongly associated with illegal immigrants.
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And if the company is hiring, why skip over all of the Americans and green-card holders and reach out to unauthorized immigrants?
The owner of the firm, Maggie Hardy Magerko, made it clear that Brunner was taking his cues from her when she told KDKA, “We’re casting a wider net. Code § 1324a, it is unlawful to “hire, or to recruit or refer for a fee, for employment in the United States an alien knowing the alien is an unauthorized alien.” True, the company doesn’t explicitly say it is looking for illegal immigrants and it isn’t recruiting any specific person, but 84 Lumber seems blase about the law.
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