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IMMIGRATION ISSUES RELATED TO LAYOFFS AND CORPORATE DOWNSIZING

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I wish this article wasn't so necessary right now. The Vermont Service Center provided a couple of tips on layoff situations and I've incorporated that info in to my FAQ.




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  1. George Chell's Avatar
    Talking about layoffs and downsizing, serves the following guys right...

    http://www.azstarnet.com/allheadlines/271180

    "Figuring at least 75 percent bought single-family homes, with an average of about 2.5 people per household, that would mean 40,000 added home sales per year.
    Dropping that population increase to 80,000 a year, fewer than 70 percent of whom could afford a home, the need would drop to less than 20,000 homes. And if the state's population growth is actually half of historical averages, which is what University of Arizona economist Marshall Vest has said, then just 10,000 homes are needed.
    "Well, we built more than 10,000 units this year," Pollack said, meaning there has been no reduction in the excess inventory of homes on the market that has driven prices sharply down.
    "So population is needed to absorb the excess supply.""

    They should ask the Sheriff to drive more Hispanic population, legal or illegal out of Arizona!!
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