Does the "fight for 15" (as in $15 an hour) include raising the wages paid to migrant workers? One of the main arguments re: bringing in immigrant laborers seems to be that they are the ones who will be willing to "pick the fruit and mow the lawns." I think there may be a logical problem here. If the minimum wage is increased to $15 across the board, regular Americans (or whatever country you may be in) would presumably be willing to pick the fruit and mow the lawns. At which point, isn't the argument that we need migrants to do these jobs defused because now the natives are willing to do them? On the other hand, let's assume that the fight for $15 an hour does not include migrant workers and jobs usually done by immigrants. Excuse my French but that sounds kind of shitty to me: "Everyone is worth $15 an hour except for immigrants!" I'm going to guess then that this is not a position any leftists would take. So, doesn't the "fight for 15" undermine common leftist arguments re: bringing in more immigrants?