December 30, 2012 -- Professor Hiroshi Motomura shared his views on what immigration reform could look like in 2013 in an interview on NPR's "All Things Considered."
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He also commented on Bar admission for those who are not legally living in the United States. His comments appear in an ABA Journal article.
UCLA immigration law professor Hiroshi Motomura agrees that Garcia can legally be self-employed, but says employers can still get in trouble if they disguise an employment relationship with an independent contractor format.
“The law is clear that if you’re an independent contractor, that’s not covered by employer sanctions,” says Motomura, who signed on to an amicus brief supporting Garcia’s admission. “What’s controversial is what constitutes an independent contractor.”
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