There are three branches of the U.S. government, and they are here to work for American citizens.

The Legislative Branch
makes the laws through Congress – made up of  the Senate and the House of Representatives.
The Executive Branch enforces the laws.

The Judicial Branch
interprets the laws.


As a U.S. citizen, you can engage in many activities that can help bring about the reform of our employment visa system and make it work for the citizens of this country, as well as new arrivals. In her book, “So You Want to Make a Difference,” Nancy Amidei lists a number of these activities:


  • Suggest ideas for laws and draft legislation
  • Build public support and educate others about an issue
  • Draw attention to proposed laws by working with the media
  • Testify to the merits of bills you care about
  • Analyze current immigration regulations and offer alternatives
  • Lobby for or against the passage of various bills and proposed rule changes.

The Court System

  • Participate in Friend-of-the Court (amicus) briefs
  • Take part in an appeal process
  • File or participate in a lawsuit.


Founded by a retired computer programmer, the SWAT Team is an elite organization of activists across the country who have worked individually and collectively to bring about change doing many of the activities listed above. Since 2018, the Team has made thousands of phone calls, sent out thousands of emails and letters to Congress and the President of the United States and shown up at the offices of legislators. Joining the SWAT Team is a great way to get involved in the movement.

Simply fill out the below form, and a Team member will be in touch: