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FINAL Broad Immigration Letter to House 7.30.13

FINAL Broad Immigration Letter to House 7.30.13

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July 30, 2013The Honorable John Boehner The Honorable Nancy PelosiSpeaker, The U.S. House of Representatives Minority Leader, The U.S. House of RepresentativesWashington, DC 20515 Washington, DC 20515Dear Mr. Speaker and Leader Pelosi:The undersigned organizations urge the United States Congress to enact legislation that would bringmeaningful reforms to critical components of our nation’s immigration system. Reform of an outdated, broken immigration system is essential if we are to achieve a fully revitalized economy that providesrewarding and lasting jobs and opportunities for all Americans.Thought leaders from across the ideological spectrum agree that enacting immigration reform now willaccelerate U.S. economic growth at a critical time when it has struggled to recover, and will help toenable sustained growth for decades to come. Done right, reform will also serve to protect andcomplement our U.S. workforce, generating greater productivity and economic activity that will lead tonew innovations, products, businesses, and jobs in communities across the U.S.We deal with an immigration system that is now in its third decade and completely incapable of beingresponsive to an ever-changing national economy and hypercompetitive global marketplace. Today, the problems with our immigration system have grown and multiplied to become an emerging threat to thecurrent and future productivity, ingenuity, and competitiveness of key sectors of our economy, includingagriculture, housing, manufacturing, retail, hospitality, tourism, engineering, and technology.We are united in the belief that we can and must do better for our economy and country by modernizingour immigration system. We already have been engaged with many members of Congress -- Republicansand Democrats -- on numerous components of a modern immigration system, and we urge that you not letthis momentum slip and progress vanish.Failure to act is not an option. We can’t afford to be content and watch a generation-old immigrationsystem work more and more against our overall national interest. Instead, we urge Congress to remainmindful of the clear benefits to our economy if we succeed, and work together and with us to achieve real, pro-growth immigration reform.Sincerely,Adams Insurance Service, Inc.AdobeAdvanced Decisions, Inc.Advanced Micro Devices (AMD)AGCO CorporationAlbany-Colonie (NY) Regional Chamber 
 
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 Alliance of Business Immigration LawyersALOMAmerican Action ForumAmerican Action Network American Association of University Women(AAUW)American Beekeeping FederationAmerican Coatings AssociationAmerican Council of Engineering CompaniesAmerican Council on International PersonnelAmerican Farm Bureau FederationAmerican Feed Industry AssociationAmerican Honey Producers AssociationAmerican Hotel & Lodging AssociationAmerican Immigration Lawyers AssociationAmerican Institute of Certified PublicAccountantsAmerican Jewish Committee (NJ)American Meat InstituteAmerican Nursery & Landscape AssociationAmerican Project Consultants, LLCAmerican Sheep Industry AssociationAmerican Standard Development CompanyAnaheim (CA) Chamber of CommerceAndrew & Williamson Fresh ProduceApplied MaterialsAppvance IncArizona Chamber of Commerce and IndustryArizona Farm Bureau FederationArizona Nursery AssociationArizona Technology CouncilArkansas State Chamber of Commerce/Associated Industries of ArkansasArlington Chamber of Commerce (Texas)Arsenal Venture PartnersAspen Square HotelAssociated Industries of MassachusettsAssociated Landscape Contractors of ColoradoAssociation for Competitive TechnologyAT&TAustin VenturesAutodesk, Inc.Avid Park Capital, LLCAxcelis TechnologiesBaltimore Washington Corridor Chamber Baton Rouge Area (LA) Chamber Belton Area Chamber of Commerce
 
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Bennington Area (VT) Chamber of CommerceBlount PartnershipBrokaw Nursery, Inc.BSA | The Software AllianceBuckeye Valley (AZ) Chamber of CommerceBusiness Council of AlabamaBusiness Council of New York State, IncCabarrus (NC) Regional Chamber of CommerceCadence Design SystemsCalifornia Chamber of CommerceCalifornia Cotton Ginners AssociationCalifornia Farm Bureau FederationCalifornia Grape and Tree Fruit LeagueCalifornia Strawberry CommissionCALinnovatesCamarata Masonry Systems, Ltd.Capital FactoryCargillCarpet Empire PlusCervilenz Inc.Chamber of Commerce of St. Joseph County(IN)Chamber of Commerce Southwest LAChambers of Commerce Alliance of Ventura &Santa Barbara Counties (CA)Chandler (AZ) Chamber of CommerceCherry Lane FarmsChicago Southland (IL) Chamber of CommerceChicagoland (IL) Chamber of CommerceCisco Systems, Inc.Collaborative CommunicationsColorado Association of Commerce & IndustryColorado Nursery & Greenhouse AssociationCommittee of 100 for Economic Development,Inc. (LA)Commonwealth of PennsylvaniaCompete AmericaCompTIAComputer & Communications IndustryAssociationConcord Servicing CorporationConcord Software Leasing CorporationConnecticut Nursery and Landscape AssociationConsumer Electronics AssociationCordele-Crisp (GA) Chamber of CommerceCorning IncorporatedCottonwood Technology Fund - NVCA Member Dairy Producers of New Mexico

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