WASHINGTON, April 11 U.S. senators negotiating
an immigration bill have reached agreement on wages for foreign
farm laborers working in the United States and a limit on visas
for such workers, Democratic Senator Dianne Feinstein said on
Feinstein, of California, refused to provide details on the
agreement and said there were some other issues related to farm
workers still to be negotiated. "We have an agreement on wages
and the visa cap," Feinstein told Reuters.
The farm worker portion of the bill is seen as the last
major bit to be negotiated before Senate legislation is
introduced in coming days.