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ADVANCE FOR USE THURSDAY, SEPT. 8, 2016 AND THEREAFTER-In this March 22, 2016 photo, fish caught by foreign crews aboard American ships are stacked at the Honolulu Fish Auction in Honolulu. Around 700 undocumented foreign workers, mostly from impoverished Southeast Asian and Pacific Island nations, work on Hawaii’s commercial fishing fleet, the country’s fifth top grossing fishery. They do not have visas and cannot enter the country, staying confined to their boats for sometimes years at a time _ all with the blessing of high-ranking federal lawmakers and officials. (AP Photo/Caleb Jones)

ADVANCE FOR USE THURSDAY, SEPT. 8, 2016 AND THEREAFTER-In this March 22, 2016 photo, fish caught by foreign crews aboard American ships are stacked at the Honolulu Fish Auction in Honolulu. Around 700 undocumented foreign workers, mostly from impoverished Southeast Asian and Pacific Island nations, work on Hawaii’s commercial fishing fleet, the country’s fifth top grossing fishery. They do not have visas and cannot enter the country, staying confined to their boats for sometimes years at a time _ all with the blessing of high-ranking federal lawmakers and officials. (AP Photo/Caleb Jones)

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