Fact of the Week: ACIP and SHRM Release Guide to Reforming U.S. Employment-based Immigration System

Fact of the Week

​March 12, 2013

ACIP and SHRM Release Guide to Reforming U.S. Employment-based Immigration System

Primer Outlines ​Practical Solutions for Reforms to Help Grow U.S. Economy and Create Jobs

ACIP and SHRM today released their new primer, “Navigating the U.S. Employment-based Immigration System.”  In it, you will find information about how the U.S. economy can be strengthened and American jobs created through reform of the employment-based immigration system, including:

  • Employment-based green cards;
  • H-1B and L-1 visas;
  • Electronic employment verification / E-Verify;
  • Processing efficiencies / Trusted Employer;
  • And more, including how America measures up in the global competition for top talent, a history of legislation and glossary of key terms.

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

H​​elp Create Jobs, Bolster the U.S. Economy and Build a Competitive American Workforce Through Bipartisan Reform of the Employment-based Immigration System This Year As Part of Comprehensive Immigration Reform!

It’s a new world.​ The time for new employment-based immigration policies is now.

Read the ACIP-SHRM primer at www.acip.com/primer.

The American Council on International Personnel (ACIP), a strategic affiliate of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), represents employers working to speed U.S. economic recovery, create new jobs for all Americans and advance American innovation. Our members are companies, universities, research institutions and organizations that employ the critical talent that has and will continue to build the U.S. economy and raise the standard of living for all Americans. We build the workforces necessary to keep America on the cutting edge of worldwide innovation and leading the global economy. Learn more about ACIP at www.acip.com. Learn more about SHRM at www.shrm.org​.​




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