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ICE Investigation Leads to $145,000 in Fines and Criminal Charges for St. Louis Employer

As a result of a U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement investigation, a St. Louis landscaping business and owner, Robert Brake, were sentenced to two years of probation, and paid $145,000 in forfeitures, for misdemeanor and felony charges of employing illegal … Continue reading

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Panel Asserts Immigration Reforms Key to Economic Growth

At the June 8, 2012 Minnesota Chamber of Commerce panel discussion How Immigration Leads to Economic Growth and American Jobs, three top executives from some of Minnesota’s largest employers – Ecolab, Cargill, and Carlson Companies – shared their views on immigration … Continue reading

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