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 […]
To see the advertisement published in POLITICO please click here. June 10, 2014 Dear Members of Congress, We write as chief executive officers of American companies ,some large, some small, to express our support for immigration reform. We urge Congress to act, the sooner, the better, to fix immigration so it works for our businesses […]
Reaction to the Release of the Republican Principles: Immigration Reform Is Key Priority for the House Republicans
2014 IS THE YEAR FOR IMMIGRATION REFORM The business community expressed its strong support for the principles laid out by the House Republican leadership this week. House Republicans have identified key principles that line up with tenets long endorsed by the Essential Worker Immigration Coalition. These principles include among other things: (i) security at our […]
The Essential Worker Immigration Coalition (EWIC) once again calls on the Administration to acknowledge the need to include a new worker program that addresses real economic and business needs.
The Essential Worker Immigration Coalition (EWIC) applauds the efforts of a bipartisan group of Senators to forge principles on immigration reform
The Essential Worker Immigration Coalition expressed its concern with certain “Administrative Immigration Reforms” announced today with respect to worksite enforcement.
Business Community Extremely Disappointed in this Congress’ Failure to Act on Comprehensive Immigration Reform
The Essential Worker Immigration Coalition is tremendously disappointed that this Congress was incapable of fulfilling its legislative duties to move forward on a bipartisan comprehensive immigration bill.
The Essential Worker Immigration Coalition is deeply disappointed that the Senate was unable at this time to move forward on the vitally needed bipartisan comprehensive immigration bill.
The temporary worker program should be robust, accommodate the needs of the economy, and be workable.
EWIC commends the bipartisan Senate and Administration negotiating group for a tremendous effort in crafting draft legislation to start Congressional consideration.