This website is dedicated to sensible immigration in order to better the United States economy. They have six partnership principles:
- Secure our borders
- Secure system for employers to verify employment eligibility
- Attract and keep the best, the brightest, and hardest-working
- Create a streamlined process
- Establish a path to legal status
- Educational classes to immigrants
Research is a key feature to the website. While they are adamant about not taking policy positions the website does conduct public opinion polling, demographic research, media content analysis, and other empirical social science research. An example of what to expect would be a topic from January 19, 2016 “Millenials Make up Almost Half of Latino Eligible Voters in 2016”.
American Immigration Council believes fear and immigration lead toward antipathy of immigrants and they would ideally want to separate the fact from fiction. The organization is non-partisan and conducts social research in order to gain a better understanding of the role that immigrants and immigration policy plays the society of the United States.
This group has created a model with three approaches:
- Connect: leaders in community, government, and nonprofit sectors
- Build: inclusive, welcoming places for immigrants
- Change: systems and cultures, reinforce welcoming principles, and communicate the socioeconomic benefits of inclusion