America has grown and thrived because we attract and welcome the hardest working and most talented people to our shores. They come here to pursue their dreams and build their lives. However, today’s immigration system falls far short of meeting the needs of our society, our economy, our businesses, and our workers. The U.S. Chamber works for smart immigration policy reforms so the U.S. can boost economic growth, create jobs, and encourage innovation and entrepreneurship.
Tell Congress: Secure our Borders and Fix Our Broken Immigration System
Congress needs to prioritize these issues and enact solutions that secure our borders and modernize our legal immigration system. History has shown us that the longer our elected officials wait to address these problems, they will only become tougher to solve.
Join us in encouraging Congress to secure our borders and fix our broken Immigration system.
Leaders from both sides of the aisle discuss their bipartisan Dignity Act bill that will substantially reform legal immigration and border policies.
A small landscaping business in Florida depends heavily on foreign national workers in the U.S. on temporary work visas. There simply aren’t enough to fulfill business demand.
- 4 Visa Programs That Can Help Employers Solve Their Workforce NeedsAmerican businesses are in the midst of the biggest labor crisis ever, with more open positions than there are available and willing workers to fill them. Legal nonimmigrant workers can help businesses meet their workforce needs. Here are four nonimmigrants visa programs to know about.
- Why Immigration Reform Matters to Local CommunitiesFor local communities and businesses of all sizes, across all industries, immigration has to be part of the solution for future economic growth and sustained prosperity.
- How Congress Can Find Common Ground on Immigration ReformCongressional members on both sides of the political aisle share their thoughts on potential pathways to compromise on immigration reform.
America’s woefully inadequate immigration system is directly contributing to the worker shortage crisis and hindering American business operations.
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To allow businesses to meet their workforce needs, the U.S. Chamber is pushing Congress and the administration to implement commonsense immigration reforms. When businesses are empowered to welcome international talent to the workforce, we renew our nation’s legacy as an open and welcoming country where anyone who works hard can attain his or her goals.
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Congress has the opportunity to work with the president to craft legislation that will provide some clarity to DACA recipients.
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September 20, 2017 TO THE MEMBERS OF THE UNITED STATES CONGRESS: The U.S. Chamber of Commerce urges Congress to act quickly to provide permanent relief for the approximately 800,000 individuals who will be negatively impacted by the rescission of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals Program, commonly referred to as DACA.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — U.S. Chamber of Commerce Senior Vice President and Chief Policy Officer Neil Bradley issued the following statement regarding the announcement to wind down the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program: