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The Hospitality Industry and Illegal Immigration
Alex Andrea Hurt
Kendall College

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Working in the Hospitality Industry currently, this topic is well known to me. I see it every day in the various restaurants we own and also within our headquarters where we organize, plan, create and cook the food we are delivering at events. Although, my company does not hire any persons without a Green Card or who is an illegal immigrant, there are definitely illegal immigrants working at restaurants throughout the city. I do not support illegal immigrants simply because they are not paying taxes and my taxes are being used towards them when they themselves aren’t paying any taxes. However, I am glad they are not poor, hungry and on the street. I think it should be mandatory for background checks to be done for all employees at any given company. It’s cheating the system to hire an illegal immigrant to work at an organization. The employer isn’t paying taxes on these individuals and that in itself is fraudulent. The profits the company makes from hiring an illegal immigrant at low wages, isn’t worth what they are going to have to pay once they are convicted, prosecuted and fined for employing an illegal alien.

The Hospitality Industry and Illegal Immigration
The hospitality industry is attractive to so many illegal immigrants because the types of jobs they are offered and are able to find are not in the spotlight. There are more-so behind the scenes of any operation in the Hospitality field. Illegal immigrants are easy hires that employers are able to often under pay. Usually illegal immigrants are paid “Under the Table,” which in theory means they are not paying taxes on this in particular employee nor is this employee paying any taxes – obviously because they are illegal. Presently, immigration quotas, in my opinion are adequate for the demand of the labor market. The majority of the people... Show More

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