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What to Do If Immigration Officials Come Knocking

In this week’s episode of The Workplace, CalChamber President Allan Zaremberg discusses with immigration expert Kevin Johnson, Dean of the UC Davis School of...

In-Person Review of I-9 Documents Necessary for Remote Employee

We are hiring an employee out of state who will be living and working more than a thousand miles away. How do we handle...

Importance of Tourism, Trade, Other Issues Take Center Stage at International Forum

California’s top issues, including tourism’s impact on the state, and federal initiatives to facilitate Indo-Pacific trade, took center stage at the California Chamber of...

Former Mexico President Policy Adviser Foresees Close Race in This Year’s Election

The campaign to be the next President of Mexico could be a close one, the director of the Center for U.S.-Mexican Studies at the...

Immigration Enforcement: State Officials Issue Guidance for Employers

California Attorney General Xavier Becerra and Labor Commissioner Julie Su this week issued two documents for California employers dealing with California’s Immigrant Worker Protection...

California Has Bigger Stake than Other States in Immigration Reform Debate

A look at estimates of both the number of undocumented immigrants and young unauthorized immigrants who call California home reveals the potential significant impact...

New Law Restricts Immigration Enforcement at Worksites

As of January 1, California employers must comply with strict rules passed under the new Immigrant Worker Protection Act (AB 450), which protects workers...

CalChamber Issues Renewed Call for Comprehensive Immigration Reform

California Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Allan Zaremberg recently issued a statement renewing the call for comprehensive immigration reform in light of the...

Suspense File Recap: Many Harmful Bills Stopped, But Many Remain; Several Helpful Bills Move

Strong opposition from the California Chamber of Commerce helped to stop numerous harmful bills from continuing past the appropriations committees on Friday to reach...

Many Harmful Bills Still Alive in State Legislature

The end of the legislative year is just a few weeks away and the California Chamber of Commerce continues to fight numerous proposals that...

Assembly Committee Reviewing Fiscal Implications of Immigration Bill

A California Chamber of Commerce-opposed bill that puts employers in a no-win situation between federal immigration enforcement and state enforcement was put on hold...

Survey Results Underscore Importance of Immigration to California Economy

California Chamber of Commerce members have a strong sense of the importance of immigration–whether legal or undocumented—to the California economy, according to the recently...

Immigration Survey Coming to Member Email Boxes

In 2010, the California Chamber of Commerce conducted a survey to gather members’ views on immigration reform. To gain an updated picture of the...

CalChamber Reiterates: Immigration Reform Critical for California’s Economic Future

The California Chamber of Commerce has a longstanding position as a proponent of comprehensive immigration reform, which is crucial to California’s economic future. California is...

Governor Urges Listeners: ‘Act as Californians First’

Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. called on Republicans and Democrats to “find more things to do together” in his State of the State Address...

CalChamber Urges Reauthorization of Program for Immigrant Investors

The California Chamber of Commerce and a growing coalition of industry stakeholders will be urging Congress to reauthorize a program to attract foreign investments...

Attorney General Harris Lauds ROI of Public-Private Partnerships

Public-private partnerships are essential to bringing up-to-date technology to law enforcement efforts, California Attorney General Kamala D. Harris told a California Chamber of Commerce...