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6. He was among workers brought to Sarbanand Farms near Sumas under the H-2A visa program, which allows farms to hire seasonal laborers when they can't find enough U.S. workers to do the job. The complaint against Sarbanand Farms, its owner Munger Brothers in California and labor contractor CSI Visa Processing USA alleges violations of federal and state labor laws. Sign up today for a free 30 day free trial of unlimited digital access. Tom Pedreira, an attorney for Sarbanand and Munger, told the newspaper Thursday that "the companies will vigorously fight the allegations in the complaint, which will be shown to be untrue and without merit." An email to CSI Visa Processing from The Associated Press wasn't immediately answered. Columbia Legal Services lawyer Joe Morrison called those brought in under the H-2A visas the "most vulnerable and least protected farmworkers" in the country, saying they had fewer legal rights than workers in the country without permission. The suit alleges that the workers believed they would be financially harmed unless they followed the company's labor demands. A top manager at Munger told them once they arrived at Sarbanand that they had to be in the field every day unless they were on their death bed, the lawsuit claims. Sarbanand Farms fired the men on Aug.
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