Interesting article from over the weekend via New York Daily News;

Teach for America, which places recent college graduates at low-income urban or rural schools for two years, now lists deferred-action status on its website as another way applicants can meet eligibility requirements. But other companies are also seeking out those whose ‘life circumstances’ may be a benefit, due to them being ‘extremely resourceful and creative.’

Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/u-s-companies-recruiting-undocu...

More than the article are the comments that fueled an on-going discussion. I'm curious to what RBC members think of this practice. Is anyone currently involved with this type of recruitment? 

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