Special Agricultural Workers (SAW)

Definition of "Special Agricultural Workers (SAW)"
  1. Farm workers of foreign origin who had worked for a specific time in perishable agricultural commodities and were granted temporary and permanent residence under the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986
How to use "Special Agricultural Workers (SAW)" in a sentence
  1. Under the SAW program, many foreign farm workers gained residency in the US.
  2. The SAW program recognized the substantial contributions foreign workers made to agricultural industries.
  3. Through the SAW program, he transitioned from a temporary farm worker to a permanent resident.

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