The National Association of Manufacturers and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce are working with other business organizations to deliver a joint sign-on letter to be delivered shortly after the election urging members of Congress to address immigration reform. Congress needs to lead by creating an immigration system that is reflective of the demands of a 21st century workforce.

Can we count on you to lend your organization’s name to this very important effort? We ask that your organization consider signing on to this important letter to Congress calling for the immigration reform this congress.

This letter is open to all:

For additional information, please contact:

Christine Scullion
Director, Human Resources Policy
National Association of Manufacturers (NAM)
(202) 637-3133

Thank You for your support.

Thank You for your support.

Letter to Congress on the Need for Immigration Reform

The United States Congress
Unites States Capitol
Washington, DC 20510

To Members of the United States Senate and United States House of Representatives:

The business community has long advocated for Congress to address the many problems posed by our defective immigration system. Our nation’s immigration laws fall far short when it comes to promoting economic growth, job creation, respect for the rule of law, and meeting our homeland security needs. It is long past time for Congress to act and institute meaningful reforms that restructure the U.S. immigration system to increase security and promote our economic well-being. 

This letter makes clear our collective commitment to immigration reform. It is time for the Congress to act.


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