Join us Tuesday, April 22nd

Moving Forward:
Immigration Bottom-Line 2014

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Immigration Reform: Bridging the Divide

With Speakers:

Congressman Adam Kinzinger (R-IL 16),
Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel,
Senator Mark Kirk (R-IL),
Congressman Luis Gutierrez (D-IL 4),
Moderated by Exelon Chairman Emeritus John Rowe
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Cardinal Francis George
Former House Speaker Dennis Hastert

Supporting Immigration Reform
with a Path to Citizenship

Immigration Bottom-Line 2014
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Former House Speaker Dennis Hastert

Supporting Immigration Reform with a
Path to Citizenship on Chicago Tonight

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Sue Gin, CEO, Flying Food Group

Daughter of Chinese Immigrants

2013 revenue = over $400 million
Total employees = 4,244
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Sergio Suarez, President, NAIMA

Immigrant Entrepreneur and Philanthropist

Immigrated to the U.S. at 17 yrs old
Owns over a dozen companies
Employs over 1,100 Americans
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Omar Duque, CEO, IL Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Son of Guatemalan Immigrants

IHCC has helped to increase Hispanic business revenue by more than $200 million over the last 20 yrs.
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Rich Guebert Jr., President, IL Farm Bureau

Represents over 80,000 members

Immigrants make up 74% of all IL farm help
Annual IL agriculture revenue = $9 billion
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Please take a moment to thank
Rep. Kinzinger for supporting

immigration reform

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Welcome Our Newest
Steering Committee Members

Jaime di Paulo, Little Village Chamber of Commerce

Hedy Ratner, Women's Business Development Center
Anna Morzy, Polish American Chamber of Commerce
Dan Costello, Owner, Keefer's Restaurant
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Welcome Our Newest Co-chair

Carole Browe Segal

Co-founder of Crate and Barrel and president of the Segal Family Foundation
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Get the facts about immigration reform


IBIC Co-Chair John Rowe

Making the Business Argument for
Immigration Reform on Chicago Tonight

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Welcome to the Illinois Business Immigration Coalition (IBIC)

Welcome to the Illinois Business Immigration Coalition (IBIC), a growing and diverse set of businesses and business associations. IBIC provides a voice for Illinois businesses in support of common sense immigration reform that supports Illinois’ economic recovery, provides Illinois companies with both the high-skilled and low-skilled talent they need, and promotes the integration of immigrants into our economy as consumers, workers, entrepreneurs and citizens.

(312) 576-8032