Immigrants had little idea who they would be working for, but they still piled into pickup trucks on Queen.
Looking for work, Venezuelan immigrants in New York travel to Florida to “clean up” Ian’s mess.
Dozens of Venezuelan migrants in New York City are piling into vans to head to Florida to clean up after Hurricane Ian, the New York Post reported.
There was little information about who the migrants were working for, but they were still piled into vans in Queens, saying they were heading to the Sunshine State for the weekend.
“They want us to clean up the hurricane, and they’re going to pay us $15 an hour, overtime and $15 a day, I think,” said Javier Moreno, 37, who was approached by a woman named Camila “from an organization.” steering wheel
“I’m going to work. It’s hard for us immigrants to find work in New York, and that’s why many of us leave.
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