How can they tell:
Illegals bill sinks Bush job approval
By Stephen Dinan
THE WASHINGTON TIMES
May 20, 2007
First of all, this headline doesn't match the story, but the point is that even Mexicans think this new deal is unfair:
Mexicans fear U.S. immigration plan
...At the U.S. Consulate in Monterrey, which hands out more temporary visas than any other consulate or embassy in the world, Edmundo Bermudez, a 36-year-old from the northern city of Durango, said the plan rewards those who have already entered the United States illegally, while shutting out those who stayed home hoping to gain legal passage.
He was especially offended by the plan to give preference to migrants with degrees and skills.
...In the small, northern desert town of Huachichil, migrant recruiter Rene Urbano encouraged Mexicans who work in potato fields and apple orchards to continue signing up for possible visas, arguing that he would work to find them jobs with U.S. employers.
"They are rewarding those who are doing things wrong and abandoning my boys who need work," he said, adding that there are millions of migrants waiting for U.S. jobs.
What's the motivation to go the legal route?