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    About Us

    The Illinois Business Immigration Coalition represents a growing and diverse set of businesses and business associations promoting sensible, comprehensive federal immigration reform to benefit the people and economy of our state.

    We believe that we have a unique opportunity to unite across diverse sectors – high-skilled and low-skilled, large corporations, and small businesses – to advance sensible immigration reform to create jobs, grow the economy, and keep families together.

    Our goal is to provide a strong and effective voice for Illinois businesses in the national immigration conversation and to support our economy and our communities.

    Mission statement

    IBIC promotes sensible immigration reform that support the economic recovery of Illinois, provides Illinois companies with both the high-skilled and low-skilled talent they need, and allows the integration of immigrants into our economy as consumers, workers, entrepreneurs and citizens.

    IBIC Steering Committee

    Our Steering Committee members leverage their position as business and civic leaders to promote the message that comprehensive federal immigration reform is the right path forward for the Illinois economy and Illinois communities.

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    Updates

    Press Release: Illinois Congressman Mike Quigley Joins Hundreds in a Live Town Hall Discussion on the Future of Federal Stimulus Negotiations & PPP Forgiveness for Small Businesses

    Press Release: U.S. Senator Tammy Duckworth Joins Illinois Business Leaders in Discussion on Immigrant Inclusion in Next Stimulus Package and Beyond

    Business and Civic Leaders Applaud Governor J.B. Pritzker and the Illinois General Assembly

    for Supporting Small Businesses and Immigrant Workers during the COVID-19 Pandemic in the FY 2021 State Budget

    IL RISE Act Allows Undocumented & Transgender College Students to Access MAP Grants and Other State Aid

    As DACA reaches the Supreme Court, Congress must keep the American Dream alive for new generations of immigrants

    The cost to the U.S. economy of ending DACA and deporting its beneficiaries would be $280 billion over the next 10 years.

    by Lester Crown

    Business Leaders Support BRIDGE

    CRAIN'S Chicago Business

    EDITORIAL: Trump’s Immigration Chance

    The Wall Street Journal

    Graham, Durbin re-introduce bill to protect DREAMers

    The Hill

    Empresarios crean coalición pro-inmigrante

    NegociosNow.com

    Sowing Conscience Among Confusion on Immigration Mess

    We must be prudent about our security and decent to residents and refugees at the same time.

    by John Rowe
    IBIC is a member of the American Business Immigration Coalition.

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