Yet it already happens. We already put people through a system where their background is checked this way.
And we know it works, because the vast majority turn out to just be tourists. So I’m saying you apply the same system, the same approach to temporary workers.
I’m not seeing a reason why we shouldn’t.
Tourists can be around just as long as guest workers, Tourists do come from South America, of no different class or character than the people showing up at the border, and Tourists have more chances to disappear, as there’s less people they have to check in with.
This is a counter-factual FC. Guest workers put us at no more danger than tourists do, so the double standard doesn’t make sense.
They don’t have to. Just like with me, you can sign off on a form saying you allow them to perform a background check independently.
That was conditional for my employment, you can make that conditional for entry.