In their 2013 primer, Navigating the U.S. Employment-based Immigration System, the American Council on International Personnel and the Society for Human Resource Management make the case for how the U.S. economy can be strengthened and American jobs created through reform of the employment-based immigration system, as a part of comprehensive immigration reform, 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.