To the uninitiated, the so-called H-2 or temporary worker provisions of the Immigration and Nationality Act give the appearance of a complex regulatory maze. The intricate nature of this scheme has proven not only to be confounding at times, but has also posed serious obstacles to the expeditious determination of whether temporary foreign workers should be allowed to work within our borders.
Lungren, Daniel E. and Holsclaw, Kevin P.
"An Analysis of the H-2 Program: The Admission of Temporary Foreign Agricultural Workers into the United States,"
Yale Law & Policy Review: Vol. 1
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