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Visa involved in Tesla factory expansion sparks debate

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Critics say it allows workers to go largely untracked and unnoticed in the U.S.

Even as it eases the flow of commerce between countries, they say, the federal government has limited power to police and prosecute violations.

asked Daniel Costa, director of immigration law and policy research at the Economic Policy Institute.

Cars are lined up near the Tesla Motors complex in Fremont, Calif., on Thursday, Jan. 28, 2016.

Regulators also lack information about employment conditions and wages, often leaving them dependent on whistle-blowers for enforcement, he said.

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