American Business Immigration Coalition Logo


Promoting common sense federal immigration reform for the benefit of the people and economies of Arizona and the nation.


About ABIC in Arizona

ABIC Arizona represents a growing and diverse set of businesses and business associations promoting immigration reform by working alongside business, faith, and community leaders to unite diverse sectors to create jobs, grow the economy, and keep families together.

Our Arizona State Director

State Director, Arizona

Enrique Davis-Mazlum

Enrique Davis-Mazlum is the new Arizona State Director at ABIC. Enrique has over two decades of grassroots political campaigns internationally. Most recently, he was the LUCHA Blue Campaign Director in Arizona, where he directed a state campaign to elect progressive candidates and pass proposition 308, In-State Tuition for Dreamers. Additionally, he has taught at different universities, most recently at the University of Arizona. Davis-Mazlum has a Ph.D. in Politics with Equality Focus from “Centro de Estudios Políticos para la Igualdad Sustantiva y la Paridad” (CEPISP) and an Honoris Causa Doctorate from “Claustro Iberoamericano.” He also earned his BA with a triple major in Political Science, Mexican American Studies, and International Studies from the University of Arizona.

What We Do

ABIC Arizona

The American Business Immigration Coalition Arizona Chapter gives voice to the state’s business, faith, and community leaders who support common sense immigration reform that addresses the needs of our high and low-skilled workforce.

ABIC Arizona connects partners with government agencies to facilitate communication between local, state, and federal government with Grand Canyon residents and businesses to maintain an open channel to resolve issues that stand in the way of economic development.

Among our major campaigns in 2021 was our effort to get a ballot initiative for in-state college tuition for Dreamers placed on the November, 2022 state ballot. Our successful campaign was led by former AZ state Sen. Bob Worsley, who also is an ABIC national co-chair. Mr. Worsley stepped up his outreach efforts when the bill approving the ballot initiative got stuck in the state House. We plan to be victorious in November 2022.

News & Updates

Read the Latest News & Commentary

April 16, 2024

VIDEO/PHOTOS: Sens. Durbin and Padilla, Labor, Business and Mixed-Status Families — Access to Work Permits for Long-Term Immigrants Equals $5B More in Taxes

June 1, 2023

Gov. Hobbs joined May 31 celebration of advancements for Latino voters and Dreamers

January 31, 2023

ABIC and ABIC Action Hires Enrique Davis-Mazlum as Arizona State Director

Join ABIC in Arizona

Sign Up to Keep in Touch with ABIC’s Team in Arizona