Canada’s program for Mexican guest workers could be part of the U.S. debate on immigration reform.
Armando Tenorio looks out his door to his patio. Tenorio spends most of the year working on a temporary work permit at a blueberry farm in Canada to support his family. The United States gives out about 50,000 seasonal agricultural visas per year, nearly all of them to Mexican workers. But U.S. farmers, immigrant advocate groups, labor unions and Mexican officials say the current U.S. program is a mess.Dominic Bracco II/Prime for The Washington Post