College and University Leaders Participate in the Immigration Reform Day of Action
April 19, 2013
Today, more than 75 schools will hold events in 35 states and the District of Columbia to push for immigration policies that will attract and retain the world’s leading minds.
Statement of Partnership for a New American Economy Co-Chairs Mayor Bloomberg, Rupert Murdoch, and J.W. 'Bill' Marriott, Jr. on Bipartisan Comprehensive Immigration Reform Legislation
April 17, 2013
Mayor Bloomberg, Rupert Murdoch, and J.W. 'Bill' Marriott, Jr. respond to the bipartisan Senate Gang of Eight's comprehensive immigration reform legislation.
Statement of Chief Policy Advisor to New York City Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg and Partnership for a New American Economy Chairman John Feinblatt on USCIS Reaching H-1B Visa Cap
April 5, 2013
John Feinblatt responds to the USCIS supply of H-1B visas running out in less than a week.
Statement of Partnership for a New American Economy Co-Chair and New York City Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg on Senator Rand Paul's Immigration Speech
March 19, 2013
Mayor Bloomberg responds to Senator Paul's call for smart immigration reform to keep America's economy competitive.
College and University Presidents Urge More Than 1,200 Fellow Education Leaders to Join the Push for Smart Immigration Reform to Attract and Retain the World's Leading Minds
March 6, 2013
Presidents of Cornell University, Arizona State University, and Miami Dade College Write Open Letter to Fellow Presidents, Call on Congress to Include STEM Reform in Comprehensive Bills.
ACIP-SHRM Primer: Navigating the U.S. Employment-based Immigration System
March 12, 2013
The American Council on International Personnel and the Society for Human Resource Management show how the U.S. economy can be strengthened by including important fixes to our employment-based immigration system in comprehensive immigration reform.
Partnership for a New American Economy Joins with Tech and Innovation Leaders to Launch Largest-Ever Virtual March on Washington in Support of Sensible Immigration Reform
February 25, 2013
The March for Innovation Brings Together a Movement of Grassroots Supporters and Leaders of Hundreds of U.S. Technology Companies to Advocate for Immigration Reform that
Attracts and Keeps the Best, Brightest, and Hardest Working People to Fuel Innovation.
Statement from Partnership for a New American Economy Co-Chair and New York City Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg on President Barack Obama's Speech on Immigration in Las Vegas
January 29, 2013
Partnership Co-Chair Mayor Bloomberg commends the broad support in Washington and across the country to modernize the U.S. immigration system.
Statement from Partnership for a New American Economy Co-Chair and New York City Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg on Introduction of the Immigration Innovation Act of 2013 by Bipartisan Members of the U.S. Senate
January 28, 2013
The Partnership responds to the bipartisan immigration innovation bill introduced by U.S. Senators from both sides of the aisle.
Statement from Partnership for a New American Economy Co-Chair and New York City Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg on Bipartisan Framework for Comprehensive Immigration Reform
January 28, 2013
The Partnership responds to the bipartisan framework for comprehensive immigration reform put forth by top U.S. Senators from both sides of the aisle.
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Immigrants can help revive weak economy
April 4, 2013 - The Tennessean
From the White House to Capitol Hill, there is broad consensus among Democrats and Republicans alike that meaningful reform can no longer wait.
In quest for skilled workers, U.S. looks to Canada as an example
March 17, 2013 - The Globe and Mail
Ask nearly any U.S. business executive about the country’s immigration system and the response is often a personal experience that demonstrates their dissatisfaction with a process they consider either creaky or broken.
America’s immigration rules are the opposite of what it needs
March 14, 2013 - The Economist
A 2011 study conducted on behalf of the Partnership for a New American Economy, which favours looser immigration rules, found that employment among native-born Americans increased by 262 jobs for every 100 foreign-born workers admitted with advanced STEM degrees from American universities.
The Economic Case for Commonsense Immigration Reform
March 13, 2013 - The White House
Gene Sperling, the White House director of the national economic council, uses several Partnership for a New American Economy studies in making the case for commonsense immigration reform.
Immigration reform advocates target South Carolina
March 13, 2013 - Associated Press
Business leaders, Republicans and religious groups in favor of overhauling immigration laws announced a new focus Wednesday on South Carolina, where a key Senate supporter, Republican Lindsey Graham, is up for re-election.
Religious, business groups defend pro-immigration Republican Senator Graham
March 13, 2013 - NBC Latino
The South Carolina airwaves have become the latest battleground between pro- and anti-immigration reform groups. Today, three different groups – a group of Southern evangelical leaders, a conservative Republican super PAC, and a bipartisan group of U.S. Mayors and CEOs announced the release of two ads supporting South Carolina Republican Senator Lindsay Graham.
Lindsey Graham Defended By Conservative Pro-Immigration Reform Groups
March 13, 2013 - Huffington Post
In addition to conservative groups supporting Sen. Lindsey Graham for his stance on immigration reform, the Partnership for a New American Economy, a non-partisan group led by New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg, is working to bring out business leaders in South Carolina who support Graham.
Immigrant entrepreneurs’ hard path to a living
March 9, 2013 - Washington Post
Small business in America is not always glamorous and not always a path to fortune. But for generations, small business has been a path out of poverty for hardworking, risk-taking Americans and, along the way, one of the principal drivers of new job growth in America. And for generations, immigrants have played an outsize role as this country’s entrepreneurs.
University presidents say immigration reform needed to boost innovation
March 6, 2013 - The Hill
Three university presidents from Arizona State University, Cornell University and Miami Dade College are urging their counterparts at other American universities and colleges to hold events next month that highlight the importance of immigration reform.
Tech leaders plan virtual push on immigration
February 26, 2013 - Associated Press
High-tech leaders including the former heads of AOL and Mozilla are organizing a "virtual march for immigration reform" aimed at pressuring lawmakers to enact sweeping changes to the nation's immigration laws.
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for a New American Economy brings together Republican, Democratic and Independent mayors and business leaders committed to sensible immigration reform.