AgJOBS bills, which would provide amnesty to illegal alien farm workers, were re-introduced in the Senate and House. S. 237, S. 340, and H.R. 371 – sponsored by Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) and Rep. Howard Berman (D-Calif.) respectively – would identify “vacant” agricultural jobs that could be filled by as many as 1.5 million illegal aliens and new foreigners over five years.
Under the provisions of these bills, illegal alien farm workers would be able to obtain a “blue card” granting temporary legal status for themselves and their families if they could show they have worked in the U.S. at least 863 hours or 150 work days (5.75 hours constituting a work day) during the preceding two years. Subsequently, to apply for legal residency, they must demonstrate that they have worked in agriculture here: (1) 100 work days per year each of the first five years following enactment; (2) 150 work days per year each of the first three years following enactment; or (3) over the course of the first four years after enactment, 150 work days per year for three of those years and 100 work days for the other.''
I find the language ambiguous here; the information on this page is not dated, so I am not clear on whether this is a current effort. I invite any of my readers to help clarify for us, if they have any light to shed.
However I don't for a minute doubt that such would be the modus operandi of our sorry elected officials: they will do whatever they can, by stealth and by deception if necessary, in the most fly-by-night fashion, in order to further their plan, which seems to be amnesty by any means necessary, and under any deceptive name necessary, and the people be damned.