With all of the election year talk about illegal-immigration reform, it’s sometimes easy to forget that there are plenty of immigrants living in this country legally, working, raising families and hoping for a piece of the American dream.While they may be here now, stepped-up security procedures have made it a lot tougher for them to stay in post-9/11 America. That poses problems for restaurateurs who rely on legal immigrants with visas and green cards to fill jobs U.S. citizens apparently ...
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