No, absolutely not. This is a purely unfounded accusation. We have always followed the guidelines on the Form I-9, Employment Eligibility Verification Form. We currently have on housekeeping and ranch staff a number of Spanish-speaking individuals, many who have been with us for many years. They all have the necessary documentation on file, and we recently even asked them to bring in updated documentation. They either have Permanent Resident Cards, or were born here in the States. Just because they are Spanish-speaking only does not mean they are illegal, and to assume otherwise is a sign of ignorance and prejudice.
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