You know, I've been going on and on about how I want to punish employers for hiring illegal immigrants (whether the employee lies about their true legal status or not), but now I see that my solution to the problem is entirely lacking, because there are many employers - JUST LIKE ME - who did everything right by going through a professional agency that did
carefully check the employee's documents and believed them to be legitimate.
But I was wrong. Through no fault of my own. The agency was wrong, too. Through no fault of their own. And my desire to simply prosecute any employer of an illegal immigrant is wrong, as well, because - as we've seen in my case - in spite of trying to do all the right things, I ended up doing the wrong thing, anyway.
So, we're left with the question of how to prevent prosecuting those who actually HAVE done all they could to avoid employing illegals. My solution to the problem of developing immigration documentation that cannot
be faked or forged is... blah blah blah