Migrants' place in the 'underground' economy often reflects culture as well as caution

Up to half of illegal immigrants, perhaps 152,000 or more in the state, are believed to work in a large shadow economy, where workers are compensated in cash, don't report the income and don't pay income taxes. Full Story »

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Moises Figueroa
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by Moises Figueroa - Jul. 26, 2010

No, the reporter is just talking about her opinion regarding the "underground" economy in Arizona State. Look like she is a big supporter of Arizona government and support them by using her job as a reporter, not good.

ITIN's are given to some million person we consider illegals in our country. We accept their tax payments even do we know they are not to reclaim any SS benefit, at least the vast majority of them. Not all "illegals" work the way she describe in this article.

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