Nih-Aida and Nihalani: How to make it in the U.S.

The NihAida, an immigrant family from India, are just one of the hundreds of thousands of workers who have struggled to get by in the United States over the past decade.

The families that made up the group are often the first to have to fight for jobs and protections that are meant to protect them.

A report released Tuesday by the U,S.

Labor Department said that many immigrant workers are left behind in the economic downturn, while others are struggling to get ahead.

The N.Y. Times obtained the report, which is based on interviews with more than 400 workers who are in the country illegally.

The paper found that the average wage of an illegal immigrant worker in New York City, New York, is just $23,000, while an illegal alien worker in Chicago, Illinois, earned $31,000.

The report said that the pay gap between the two groups has widened in recent years.

In Chicago, for example, an illegal worker in 2015 earned $26,000 more than an illegal migrant in 2015.

The U.s.

Labor Dept. also said that nearly half of illegal immigrants working in the field earn less than $25,000 a year.

The authors said the gap between native-born and unauthorized workers is especially pronounced in the fast-growing hospitality sector, where most jobs are in hospitality and related services.

The problem has not gone unnoticed by some lawmakers.

A proposal by New York Sen. Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., to make illegal immigrants eligible for a federal tax credit would not only make it easier for many of the workers to earn a decent living, but it would also provide relief to many of them.

But the proposal has been blocked by the Republican-controlled House.

As a result, Schumer has called for a tax-cut package that would give the government a $2,500 credit for every illegal immigrant who takes a job.