This December 2001 file photo shows farmerworkers harvesting tomatoes in one of the many Immokalee tomato fields. The AgJobs (Agricultural Job Opportunity, Benefits and Security Act) bill would give temporary legal residence to about 1 million undocumented farm laborers in the nation and an estimated 100,000 of an estimated 135,000 to 150,000 farmworkers in the state. Applicants would have to prove they have worked a certain time in farm labor during the past two years. Kinfe Moroti / Daily News File Photo

Photo by Kinfe Moroti / Daily News File Photo

This December 2001 file photo shows farmerworkers harvesting tomatoes in one of the many Immokalee tomato fields. The AgJobs (Agricultural Job Opportunity, Benefits and Security Act) bill would give temporary legal residence to about 1 million undocumented farm laborers in the nation and an estimated 100,000 of an estimated 135,000 to 150,000 farmworkers in the state. Applicants would have to prove they have worked a certain time in farm labor during the past two years. Kinfe Moroti / Daily News File Photo

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