OK lets be rational:
Rational: Guest worker visa is NOT convertable to another type of visa.
Rational: Guest workers are ineligible to convert a work visa into US citizenship.
Rational: Children of guest workers are ineligible for us citizenship the same way foreign diplomat children born int the USA are ineligible for citizenship.
Rational: Guest workers are REQUIRED to leave the USA after ten years and may not return for work for a period of one year.
I understand your statement. How will it be enforced and by whom?
I would support that.
That sounds rational to me.
I agree let's be rational.
After the workers are here for six years there will be about a million sympathetic news reports featuring Juan and Juanita and their family, home, church, schools, jobs, friends and community.
Any politician thinking about forcing them back home will fold in a heartbeat.
They will never go back home.
Rational: What if guest worker(s) decided that he/she likes his/her life in the US a whole lot better than in Mexico and decides to just stay?
Who rounds up thousands of "stay put" guest workers?
There is just no.way someone who has been in the U.S. for TEN YEARS is going to "leave the country." They're not going to leave.
THEY ARE NOT GOING TO LEAVE. They will stay without benefit of "papers" and convert their lifestyles to yet more of an underground economy than exists now. They will not leave, AND THEY WILL BE EXTREMELY RESENTFUL AT THE IDEA OF BEING EXPECTED TO.
Thus, 'guest worker programs' are going to: increase and expand an underground economy and increase and expand by more millions the illegal alien population in the U.S. AND they will create increasing social disturbance because after being here in the country, they'll continue to amplify their demands for more goods, benefits and services. They are not going to "just leave" after ten years. Or even after two years, or one.