Luis Olivera, right, and Ruben Lugo, both from Mexico, work on the grounds of the DeVintage subdivision in Cary, NC on April 19, 2017. They work for Greenscape Services, a Raleigh landscaping company, under H-2B visas.
Luis Olivera, right, and Ruben Lugo, both from Mexico, work on the grounds of the DeVintage subdivision in Cary, NC on April 19, 2017. They work for Greenscape Services, a Raleigh landscaping company, under H-2B visas. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com
Luis Olivera, right, and Ruben Lugo, both from Mexico, work on the grounds of the DeVintage subdivision in Cary, NC on April 19, 2017. They work for Greenscape Services, a Raleigh landscaping company, under H-2B visas. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com

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