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From representing our members before federal policymakers to our comprehensive primer, "Navigating the U.S. Employment-based Immigration System," the Council for Global Immigration actively advocates for forward-looking employment-based visa policies that help our members build the talented workforces of today and tomorrow.

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Whether it’s happening in the United States or overseas, the Council for Global Immigration stays actively engaged in current developments in employment-based immigration around the world.


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The Council for Global Immigration promotes professional development through ongoing education and training, offering workshops, Webinars, teleconferences and our Annual Symposium. We also help to identify industry events that may be of interest to you.

J-1 Visa Exchange Program

J-1 Visa Program
Since 1984, the world’s leading employers have made the Council for Global Immigration their J-1 visa program sponsor of choice for their international Trainees and Interns.  Use our J-1 visa program to:
  • Allow international employees to become familiar with company-specific and US technologies through US-based on-the-job training
  • Facilitate global dissemination of your company’s best practices and American business culture
  • Expose American employees to a global work environment and international talent

Delegate the complexities and responsibilities of J-1 visa sponsorship
to us.
2014 SymposiumThe Council’s 2015 Symposium for In-House Immigration Professionals will be held June 8-11, 2015 at the Capital Hilton in
Washington, DC
Click here for more information.

Our SHRM Affiliation

As strategic affiliates, the Council for Global Immigration (formerly the American Council on International Personnel) and the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) help advance U.S. innovation and job growth by assisting organizations with workforce and talent management issues. A key priority for both organizations is U.S. immigration reform. Read more

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