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Theater production imagines life with stricter immigration laws

A new Miami theater production called "Building the Wall" attempts to describe what life could be like in the future, if immigration laws continue to get stricter. The theme of the play could be of interest to anyone seeking to move to the United States, and also to employers looking to bring laborers and professionals into the country.

The production involves two individuals having a 90-minute conversation. One character is a black female historian and the other a while male death row convict.

Could new immigration standards make life more difficult?

Through its dialectic, "Building the Wall" begs the audience to consider what life could be like if immigration laws and other rules and regulations became stricter in the United States. It shocks the audience into thinking about scary possibilities.

The writer of the play, Robert Schenkkan, brings two characters to life. A death row inmate -- who in the current reality wouldn't have broken any laws -- has gotten into trouble because of the future world's strict laws surrounding immigration. Meanwhile, a historian interviews him so that the inmate can offer his side of the story so his wife will know him to be a good man.

Today's immigration standards might not feel fair either

For many who watch this play, they might start to consider how the current laws that govern corporate immigration in the United States are not entirely fair. If you're the owner of a company, and you want to bring employees into the country, you might also feel like immigration law is complicated, difficult to navigate and downright unfair.

Fortunately, regardless of what kind of business you own, and regardless of the kinds of employees you hope to bring into the United States, there will be legal options at your disposal. In the often-complex process of bringing a worker into the country, the more you know about the current immigration standards and trends, the better off you'll be at achieving the unique immigration goals you have for your company.

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