Washington, DC (PRWEB) May 3, 2010
Washington DC -- Helen Krieble and Hispanic Entrepreneurs present today an informative magazine about The Red Card Solution. The presentation will be today Monday May 3rd, 2010 from 6:00 pm -7:30 at: The Charles Sumner Museum and Archives located on 17th and M, Washington DC.
Helen Krieble is the founder and president of The Vernon K. Krieble Foundation, a private foundation dedicated to public policy and America's Founding principles. She is a noted leader in the national debate on illegal immigration, and the author.
Ms. Krieble said "Labor and business are starting to come together to support a non-immigrant worker program that can help achieve border security and supply the country's economic needs. The Red Card Solution is not about citizenship, it's about work. It's about workers and employers and the ability to come."
Richard Rios a Hispanic Leader from los Angeles comment "I support the Red card solution because it allows hard working immigrants a legal option to work in the United States. It is a program that fills the labor needs of business while not being a burdened to the citizen taxpayer."
Tito Muñoz ("Tito The Builder") a Hispanic Entrepreneur from Northern Virginia said The Red Card solution will benefit construction companies owners, because we know that they have difficulty finding enough qualified people interested in working as labors and equipment operators in the Washington DC area ."
The Vernon K. Krieble Foundation offers support to non-profit charitable and educational 501(c)(3) organizations that demonstrate leadership in furthering the original objectives, so that future generations can aspire to and achieve their full potential in a free society. For more information About Red Card Solution Please visit http://redcardsolution.com/