Working towards sensible immigration reform for our state and country

Join AZEIR

Arizona Employers for Immigration Reform (AZEIR) is a coalition of Arizona businesses and trade associations dedicated to the passage of sensible immigration reform.  We are small businesses, farmers, manufacturers, contractors and service providers.  We are the backbone of the Arizona economy. 

Membership in Arizona Employers for Immigration Reform is open to all businesses, small, medium and large. You can join as a corporate member or an individual, it's totally up to you. As a corporate member, you are allowing the name of your business to be affiliated with AZEIR and its efforts. As an indvidual member, only you are directly affiliated with AZEIR and your company/employer name will not be part of your membership.

Please note that AZEIR does not share its contact information with any third-party organization or group. All of the information you provide her is kept scrictly confidentail and will be used only for AZEIR's stated purposes.

Membership Application Form

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*First Name: 
*Last Name: 
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*Email Address: 
*Street Address: 
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*City:  *State:    *Zip Code:
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Company: 
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*Membership Type
YES   NO Yes, I will call my congressional delegation (link will be provided on next page).
YES   NO Yes, I will sign upon review a petition calling for comprehensive Immigration reform.
YES   NO Yes, you may include me and my organization as a supporter of AZEIR.
YES   NO Please include me in updates and future communications from AZEIR.
YES   NO I am willing to speak to other businesses or the press about my thoughts on immigration reform.
I will commit resources to this effort. My commitment today is: 
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Thank you for your support of Arizona Employers for Immigration Reform.

Last updated: January 16, 2012