The Farm Workforce Modernization Act will be the most significant effort to reform legal immigration since the 2013 comprehensive reform bill in the Senate, and it will likely pass the House on a broad bipartisan vote. The bill provides legal status for the current workforce, reforms the current federal agriculture guestworker program known as H-2A and ensures that we will have future access to a skilled, dedicated workforce. The bill also includes provisions to ensure the proper enforcement of U.S. immigration laws. It is supported by the UFW as well as by major agricultural producer organizations like the U.S. Apple Association and the U.S. Fresh Produce Association. Once approved by the House, the bill then goes to the Senate, where it will hopefully pass on a similar bipartisan basis, notwithstanding the noise of the 2020 presidential campaign. It then goes to the president for signature.