EWIC Supports Efforts to Address Immigration for Essential Workers

The Essential Worker Immigration Coalition (EWIC) applauds the reintroduction of the Workforce for an Expanding Economy Act – H.R. 4288. This bill, coming amidst efforts to develop solutions on immigration reform, shows that Congress is poised to act on this important issue as lawmakers consider how best to address our nation’s broken immigration policy and […]

Bipartisan Border Solutions Act of 2021

EWIC commends Senators John Cornyn (R-TX) and Kyrsten Sinema (D-AZ) on the introduction of the Bipartisan Border Solutions Act of 2021 which would address the ongoing immigration crisis at the southern border. The legislation was introduced by Representative Henry Cuellar (D-TX) and Representative Tony Gonzales (R-TX) as a bipartisan/bicameral measure. The bill is limited in […]

EWIC Supports the Introduction of the Citizenship for Essential Workers Act

The Essential Worker Immigration Coalition (EWIC) was established as a voice to advance business-centric, balanced immigration reform to meet the needs of the American workforce and job creation.  As such, we write to express our long-standing views on business immigration and our concern for business and job creation in on-going policy debates. This week, the […]

EWIC Supports the American Dream and Promise Act (H.R. 6), to Help Support our Economy and Stabilize our Workforce

The Essential Worker Immigration Coalition (EWIC) was established as a voice to advance business-centric, balanced immigration reform to meet the needs of the American workforce and job creation.  As such, we write to express our long-standing views on business immigration and our concern for business and job creation in on-going policy debates. At the forefront […]

EWIC Congratulates President-Elect Biden and Encourages Passage of Immigration Reform Legislation to Support our Economy, Stabilize our Workforce and Re-open the Government

The members of the Essential Workers Immigration Coalition (EWIC), representing a broad range of American industries outside of the high-skilled and agriculture sectors, would like to congratulate President-Elect Biden and look forward to working with the Biden/Harris Administration on legislative and regulatory measures to stabilize and improve our immigration system. EWIC was established as a […]

EWIC Supports the Legislation to Address DACA and TPS Immigrants

The Essential Worker Immigration Coalition (EWIC) was established as a voice to advance business-centric, balanced immigration reform to meet the needs of the American workforce and job creation.  As such, we write to express our long-standing views on business immigration and our concern for business and job creation in on-going policy debates. As the federal […]

Supreme Court of the United States Upholds DACA

The Essential Worker Immigration Coalition applauds the decision of the U.S. Supreme Court to disallow the Department of Homeland Security’s attempt to terminate the DACA program. In the 5-4 decision written by Chief Justice John Roberts on Department of Homeland Security et al vs. Regents of the University of California, the Supreme Court held that […]

Relief for Immigrants Sign On Letter to DHS and DOS

Dear Secretary Pompeo, Acting Secretary Wolf, and Senior Official Cuccinelli: First, we would like to thank you for your service and your agencies’ work to keep the country healthy, safe, and functioning during the COVID-19 pandemic. We write to request that you provide relief to foreign-born workers and their families and employers in the wake […]

EWIC Supports the American Dream and Promise Act (H.R. 6), as modified by the House Judiciary Committee, to Help Support our Economy and Stabilize our Workforce

The Essential Worker Immigration Coalition (EWIC) was established as a voice to advance business-centric, balanced immigration reform to meet the needs of the American workforce and job creation.  As such, we write to express our long-standing views on business immigration and our concern for business and job creation in on-going policy debates. At the forefront […]