Wine industry gets tips on handling ICE visits in Napa Valley

in Agriculture, In The News

An article recently written in the Napa Valley Register, Immigration section, discusses the looming threat of potential ICE visits and the impact they have on California agriculture. Local attorneys, including Ms. Rosasco, discuss how wineries and vineyard owner/managers should prepare themselves for these possible visits. 


In the article, Ms. Rosasco urges employers to have a set of protocols for when ICE comes knocking.

“Every employer should have a plan in place, every region should have a point person that’s designated to work with ICE, who’s trained on what to look for.” To read more about ICE in the wine industry see the full article in the Napa Valley Register here. 

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