Business and Immigration Resources
State Offices for New Americans
As America's foreign-born population grows, so does the need for state offices to specifically address and serve this community.
Here are the states already working to address these needs:
State Business-Immigration Compacts
A compact is a set of principles, agreed upon by business, industry, and civic leaders, designed to guide state immigration discussion. Here are the current states with compacts:
The BIG Partnership plays an active role in advocating for policies that benefit Georgia and her growing foreign-born population at the Gold Dome and beyond. To learn more about our advocacy work, please view our latest materials:
During the 2022 legislative session, the BIG Partnership has supported several initiatives which would expand access to education for Georgia's foreign-born community, allowing them to more fully participate in the economy.
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To learn more about H.B. 932, please view CRSA's 932 One-Pager.
To learn more about H.B. 120, please view the Tuition Equity Fact Sheet from BIG member, FWD.us.
View the New Americans Resolutions recognizing the contributions of Georgia's foreign-born community here (H.R. 715) and here (S.R. 453).