The U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Labor, Immigration & Employee Benefits Division, and ImmigrationWorks USA have commissioned distinguished immigration economist Madeline Zavodny to write a report on the H2B visa program.

But we can’t do it without you – we need your input! Please take a few moments to answer five questions and send your answers back to us.

If you’d like to tell us what kind of business you run and what state you live in, we’d like to know. But it’s not necessary – if you prefer, just answer anonymously.

Thank you for your time!

 How many workers with H2B visas have you employed in the last three years?

 What types of jobs do H2B workers hold at your company?

  What are the benefits of the H2B program for your company?

 What, if any, problems have you had with the H2B program?


  What do you think your firm would do if you were not able to hire any H2B workers?

 Email (optional)
Type of business (optional)
State (optional)

You can also email your responses to Niki Littell at
nlittell@immigrationworksusa.org or fax them to 202 506-4642.

ImmigrationWorks USA is a national federation of small business owners advocating immigration reform. The organization links 25 state-based, pro-immigration business coalitions: employers and trade associations from Florida to Oregon and from every sector of the economy that relies on immigrant workers. IW coordinates and supports these groups as they fight for better immigration law in Washington and in the states.

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce is the world’s largest business federation representing more than 3 million businesses of every size, sector and region. More than 96 percent of U.S. Chamber members are small businesses with 100 employees or fewer. As the voice of business, the Chamber’s core purpose is to fight for free enterprise before Congress, the White House, regulatory agencies, the courts, the court of public opinion and governments around the world.