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With these sorts of restricted domestic guest worker visas one worries about abuse (physical, sexual, etc) by in-home employers, especially given the Gulf states' notoriety for abusing guest workers. Do we have reason to believe Singapore has avoided this problem? If so, how did they do it?

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A central principle of Singapore's immigration policy is to maintain the racial balance of the country, similar to the United States' 1924 immigration law.

https://discovery.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/10106043/3/Frost_Singapore%20revised%20300320.pdf

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Would this still work in America, which was birth right citizenship?

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