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In 2010 the National Council of Agricultural Employers completed a substantial survey of H-2A Employers now known as the ALRP. The Survey found that the H-2A Program did not serve growers needs  in seeking a reliable, legal workforce – Growers faced economic loss from H-2A program rules and administration, unpredictable start times,  a historic number of administrative appeals, and increased regulatory burdens.

ALRP Brochure

ALRP Summary of Results

Currently, despite lack of current extensive data, NCAE still operates on the principles outlined in this survey and continues to work with both the Ag Employer Community and the Federal Agencies that administer the H-2A Visa to help lessen the regulatory burden and increase the effectiveness of this program until other alternatives can be found through the legislative process.