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Navigating Immigration Reform: Employer Solutions for Practicable, Effective Reforms
 

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Check out our new video starring Susan, a professional who faces new challenges when she is assigned employment-based immigration responsibilities for her organization. Watch her story here.

 

Employer Solutions

To build the economy of the future, the United States must create the best, most competitive workforce. To do this, U.S. employers need an immigration system that works for them, not against them.

The Council for Global Immigration and the Society for Human Resource Management  – who collectively represent U.S. employers and HR and legal professionals who navigate the immigration system every day – advocate meaningful, practicable reforms for U.S. employers that include:

 

Worksite Enforcement

U.S. Employers Need … Certainty in Hiring

U.S. employers need certainty in hiring through a single, federal, entirely electronic verification system that protects against identity theft.
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Trusted Employer

U.S. Employers Need … Increased System Efficiency

U.S. employers need an efficient U.S. immigration system that does not stunt growth because of cumbersome paperwork. A "Trusted Employer" system would create such efficiencies.
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Future Highly Skilled Workforce
          
U.S. Employers Need … A Reliable Flow of Highly Educated and Skilled Talent

U.S. employers need top talent to grow the economy, but they currently face a skills gap. Specifically, they need an employment-based immigration system that welcomes highly educated and highly skilled professionals by clearing backlogs, improving future access to green cards and temporary visas such as H-1B and L-1 visas, reinstating domestic visa revalidation and expanding spouse and partner work authorization.
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As strategic affiliates, the Council for Global Immigration (CFGI) and the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) help advance U.S. growth, innovation and job creation by supporting employers and their employees as they navigate the most pressing workforce and talent management issues, which includes reform of the U.S. immigration system. Learn more about ACIP at www.councilforglobalimmigration.org. Learn more about SHRM at www.shrm.org.

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