The American Business Immigration Coalition (ABIC) is a national organization with active chapters across the country working to provide a strong and effective voice for American businesses in the national immigration conversation.
We work with business leaders, elected officials and faith leaders and immigration advocates to promote commonsense immigration reform that advances economic competitiveness, provides 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. To download a fact sheet on ABIC, please click here.
Below is a map of ABIC chapters across the country.
Illinois Business Immigration Coalition (IBIC)
The Illinois Business Immigration Coalition promotes sensible immigration reform that supports 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.
Texas Business Immigration Coalition (TBIC)
The Texas Business Immigration Coalition (TBIC) gives voice to the state’s business leaders who support commonsense immigration reform that addresses the needs of our high and low-skilled workforce as well as an immediate solution for more than 226,000 DACA-eligible Dreamers in Texas. Along with the Texas Business Leadership Council, TBIC convenes and leads the Texas Opportunity Coalition (TOC), which unites businesses, institutions, executives, and leaders from across Texas in favor of passing federal immigration reform to protect Dreamers.
IMPAC Fund is the Florida chapter of the American Business Immigration Coalition. It represents a growing and diverse set of businesses and business associations promoting common sense immigration solutions that benefit the people and economy of Florida. We believe that we have a unique opportunity to unite across diverse sectors – high-skilled and low-skilled, large corporations and small businesses – in a successful push for sensible reform at the state and federal level alongside elected officials and immigrant advocates.
For more information about joining ABIC, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.